Food Regulatory Measures and Guidelines
The Food Regulation Policy Framework helps to identify and assess potential food issues, helps ensure the most appropriate policy response is applied. The Framework takes account of the nature and extent of the issue or risk posed, and considers different options for response, which may include non-intervention, self-regulation, co-regulation or regulation. Food safety Regulations is an interdisciplinary subject region takes part in food science, law and food/health policy as applied to the regulation of the entire food chain. Keeping in view, industry to market process, food safety concerns include food labelling, food hygiene, food additives and pesticide residues, as well as programs on biotechnology and guidelines for the management and authorization systems for foods. The nature of some current food safety regulatory issues will change with time include regulation of genetically modified foods including labelling, nutrition and health claims, rapid response to food emergencies, food borne disease outbreaks and emerging pathogens.
- Track 1-1 Good Manufacturing Practices
- Track 2-2 Risk analysis and Testing
- Track 3-3 Food waste generation
- Track 4-4 Hygiene audits (GHP)
- Track 5-5 Quality Management System