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Governing Food: Science, Safety and Trade

ISBN: 9780889118973
Publisher: Queens University
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Publication Date: 2001-09-01
Number of pages: 176
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Governing food creates friction in transatlantic relations, complicates Britain's relations with its EU partners, and poses challenges to Canada's relations with the United States. The essays in Governing Food, written by distinguished public officials, academics, and industry and civil society commentators, examine the three pillars of food safety - science, regulation, and industry - to highlight the pressures on government. Contributors include Charles Cockbill, chairman of the European Food Law Association of the UK; Neville Craddock, group regulatory affairs manager, Nestle UK; Lorne Hepworth, president, Crop Protection Institute (Canada); Catherine Humphries, director of Scientific Services, Co-operative Wholesale Society (UK); Anne A. MacKenzie, associate vice-president of Science Evaluation, Canadian Food Inspection Agency; Peter Phillips, University of Saskatchewan; Robert Wolfe, Queen's University; William Leiss, president, Royal Society of Canada.

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