This book provides a comprehensive review of the efforts put forth by China to prevent food safety concerns, including the abuse of food additives. Looking at food producers and operators, consumers, and government agencies as part of an organic system, the book examines the complete system of the food supply chain from multi-scientific systematic points of view. It begins with the production of agricultural products and investigates the changing track of food safety (including imported and exported products) in the key aspects of production, circulation, and consumption between 2006 and 2011-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 315-328) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Market Supply and Quality and Safety of Major Edible Agricultural Products 2. Food industry development and food quality in the production chain 3. Food safety supervision in circulation and food quality and safety 4. Quality and safety of import and export food 5. Food safety risk assessment and risk characteristic analysis at the macrolevel 6. Food safety evaluation and concerns of urban and rural residents 7. Evolutionary development of the Chinese food safety legal system 8. Evolution and reform of the Chinese food safety management system 9. Construction and development of a food safety standard system 10. Research report on food safety information disclosure 11. Food safety incidents of concern in 2011 in chinese mainland and a brief review 12. Research on agricultural production mode transformation: vegetable farmers' willingness to adopt biopesticides in Cangshan County, China 13. Main conclusions and research prospects.