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Official controls according to Integrated Regional Plan in Campania Region 2011/2014

Diletta Mandato, Germana Colarusso, Roberta Pellicanò, Loredana Baldi, Achille Guarino, Paolo Sarnelli
  • Germana Colarusso
    Institute for Experimental Veterinary Medicine of Southern Italy, Portici (NA), Italy
  • Roberta Pellicanò
    Institute for Experimental Veterinary Medicine of Southern Italy, Portici (NA), Italy
  • Loredana Baldi
    Institute for Experimental Veterinary Medicine of Southern Italy, Portici (NA), Italy
  • Achille Guarino
    Institute for Experimental Veterinary Medicine of Southern Italy, Portici (NA), Italy
  • Paolo Sarnelli
    Campania Region, Naples, Italy

Abstract

Due to EU law, European citizens enjoy one of the highest worldwide food safety standards. Along the entire food supply chain, mandatory controls are made to ensure that plant and animal products healthiness and food and feed safety are properly labeled and comply with the strictly EU rules. The process of review of European legislation began with the promulgation of the Regulation 178/2002/EC (Official Journal of the EC no. L31 of 01/02/2002) and was completed with the hygiene package. Regulation No. 178/2002/EC (the General Food Law) laying down the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety.

Keywords

Food safety; Risk assessment; Risk analysis

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