1. 2009-10-20 Under EU [European Union] legislation, any food that has not been commonly eaten in Europe prior to 1997 is classified as a ‘novel food’ and must gain special approval before it can be used in products for the European market
  2. Abstract,PLoS ONE, 2018 May 24 As the production of non-traditional export (NTX) crops by smallholder households in developing countries expands, there is a compelling need to understand the potential effects of this type of agricultural production on household food security and nutrition. We use...
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  4. Abstract, World Bank, 2004 The proliferation and increased stringency of food safety and agricultural health standards is a source of concern among many developing countries. These standards are perceived as a barrier to the continued success of their exports of high-value agro-food products...
  5. The establishment of the WTO gives opportunities to all countries to benefit from greater access to world markets. The global trade is expanding rapidly and significantly due to increase in consumer demands linked to growing education and awareness of consumers, internationalization of tastes and...
  6. Abstract, United Nations, 2018 This paper explores the relationship between trade, trade liberalization and exports diversification in developing countries. The paper uses nonparametric and parametric techniques in a sample of 144 developing countries over the period 1970-2015. The non-parametric...
  7. Abstract,Institute of Development Studies, 2017 This ten-day rapid review provides an annotated bibliography of empirical literature on the relationship between standards and developing country trade. The review has two objectives: (i) to present the state of the evidence on sectors in which...
  8. 2015-01-20 This report features the work of five distinguished specialists in agricultural economics. Shenggen Fan from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) begins with an examination of trends in global food security. Fan’s chapter is followed by analysis by Piñeiro and Myers of the...
  9. Update your food safety and food defense program components to ensure FSMA compliance. All FDA-registered US food manufacturing facilities, as well as facilities located in foreign countries that export to the United States, must update food safety and food defense programs to meet new...