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Describes food control systems in Central Asian Countries
Evaluates vulnerabilities in commonly used foods security systems
Collects information from diverse subject areas which affect the quality of food security systems
Food Security is a primary concern for all countries. However the vulnerabilities which need addressing are dictated by the individual country according to the food control systems in place, the nature of the food industry and the culture of the country. This book summarises the presentations of a NATO Advanced Training Course addressing the issue of food security in Central Asia. The book is divided into two sections. The first provides an overview of the existing aspects of food security in participating Central Asian countries. The emphasis here is on food safety, control and access and includes background information on the relevant food industries. Participating countries include the Kyrgyz Republic, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. The second section explores particular aspects of food security in participating NATO countries. These provide some insight into the value, strengths and weaknesses of common food security systems. Chapters cover HACCP, ISO/IEC 17025 standards and associated pre-requisite systems, allergies and food intolerances, risk perception and communication, training, and ethics. A chapter on food defence in the USA is also included. This book is suitable for anyone with an interest in food control systems and food security.
Food Security in Central Asia. Urgent Measures to Improve Quality and Safety Control in the Kyrgyz Republic; A. Kulmyrzaev.- Issues of Food Safety in the Kyrgyz Republic; A. Mansurova.- Food Chain of Agriculture of Kyrgyzstan – Gained Experience, Learned Lessons and Development Perspectives; A.J. Asanaliev and R.Z. Nurgaziev.- Food Safety Issues in Tajikistan; K. Bobodhanova.-Food Security in Uzbekistan; S. Payziyeva and A. Paiziev.- The Problems of Management and Effective Utilization of Water and Ground Resources in Uzbekistan; S. Turayeva.- Maintenance of Quality of Meat and Dairy Raw Materials and Products in Kazakhstan; T. Tamara.- Aspects of Food Security Systems. The Breakdown of Food Safety Management Systems; M. Smith.- Food Allergies, Intolerances and Food-Borne Intoxications; F. Bozoglu.- U.S. Government Efforts to Build Global Food Defense Capacity; J. J. Guenther.- Risk Perception, Communication and Food Safety; L.J. Frewer.- Educational Programs to Translate Food Safety Knowledge; S. Summer and C. Hackney.- Distribution and Water as Related to Food Safety and Food Security; C. Hackney and S. Summer.- Food Research Ethics;; D. Coles.- Subject Index.