Global Food Education and Food Safety. Dr. Hilde Kruse Programme Manager Food Safety. FAO/WHO World Declaration on Nutrition (1992). ‘…access to nutritionally adequate and safe food is a basic individual right.’.
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Dr. Hilde Kruse
Programme Manager Food Safety
‘…access to nutritionally adequate andsafefood is a basic individual right.’
Globally - 2.2 million estimated deaths from food and waterborne infections per year
Industrialized countries - Up to 20 per million die of foodborne infections per year
- EU, Australia, Eastern EuropeGlobalisation of Trade : “The World on your Plate”
- China, USA, Spain
- China, USA, Spain
- France, UK
- Ireland, Belgium
UK, France etc.
- Belgium, France
Courtesy A. Reilly, FSAI, Ireland
St. Genis-Pouilly, France. Population: 8000
A Farmer stands in his field of lettuce while it is destroyed in Hamburg, Germany.
Industrial emissionsand effluents
Where hazards arise in the food supply
ConsumersFood safetythreats in modern, interconnected global food-chains
Interactive exchange of information and opinions
Whole-food chain approach
Inter-sectoral and inter-disciplinary collaboration
Good surveillance systems
Food safety risk communication
Prevent spread of foodborne disease and food safety emergencies
That keep clean is essentialDeveloping countries – countries in transition;Lack of awareness
Key No. 1: Keep clean
New foodsafety challengesHow to store?
Key No. 4: Keepfoodatsafetemperatures
Key No. 5:
Use safe water and rawmaterials
Inadequate hot holding
Use of contaminated ingredients
Contamination by infected person
Use of contaminated equipmentContributingfactors to foodbornediseaseall over the world
Guide on Safefood for travellersdistributedatairport, touristic places,…
WHO messages in international mass-gathering events to promote healthy lifestyles (e.g. FIFA World cup 2010, Beijing Olympics)
“Only if we act together can we respond effectively to international food safety problems and ensure safer food for everyone”
Dr Margaret Chan –