Food Safety Regulations & International Food Trade

International Food Trade signs that food has gone international. More and more food is moving across borders for a combination of social, economic and technological reasons. Transportation has improved greatly, and better ways, such as freezing, have been found to preserve foods. Many developing nations were ready to sell the foods they were producing to obtain funds to continue building up their countries

 

  • (SPA)Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement of the World Trade Organization
  • (TBT)Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement of the World Trade Organization

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