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Food Safety Standards in International Trade: The Case of the EU and the COMESA Food Safety Standards in International Trade: The Case of the EU and the COMESA
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Food Safety Standards in International Trade: The Case of the EU and the COMESA
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Format: Hardback
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Language: English
Dimensions: 23.00 X 0.79 X 16.00
Shipping Weight: 0.510(Kg)
Publisher Code: 9781138694125
Date Added: 2018-08-05
Search Category: International
Jurisdiction: International
Publish Country: United Kingdom
Overview:

Food safety has become a major concern for consumers in the developed world and Europe in particular. This has been highlighted by the recent spate of food scares ranging from the BSE (mad cow) crisis to Chinese melamine contamination of baby formula. To ensure food safety throughout Europe, stringent food safety standards have been put in place `from farm to fork'. At the same time, poor African countries in the COMESA rely on their food exports to the European market to achieve their development goals yet have difficulty meeting the EU food safety standards. This book examines the impact of EU food safety standards on food imports from COMESA countries. It also critically examines both EU and COMESA food safety standards in light of the WTO SPS Agreement and the jurisprudence of the WTO panels and Appellate Body. The book makes ground-breaking proposals on how the standards divide between the EU and the COMESA can be bridged and discusses the impact of EU food safety standards on food imports from poor African countries.


Table Of Contents:

Introduction

1 Introduction

2 Why SPS Standards?

3 Why the EU and the COMESA?

4 Objectives and scope

5 Plan of the book

Chapter 1. SPS Standards under the WTO SPS Agreement

1.1 Introduction

1.2 The significance of SPS standards

1.3 The WTO SPS Agreement

1.4 Harmonization of SPS standards

1.5 Provisions for Developing Countries under the SPS Agreement

1.6 Chapter discussion and conclusions

1.6.1 International SPS Standards and Harmonization

Chapter 2. EU Food Safety Standards

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Regulation 178 of 2002

2.3 The European food safety authority (EFSA)

2.4 A critical overview of the EU food safety policy and standards

2.5 Global administrative and constitutional law perspectives

2.6 Discussion and conclusions

Chapter 3. COMESA Food Safety Standards

3.1 Introduction

3.2 An overview of the COMESA

3.3 SPS Policies and Regulations in the COMESA

3.4 Chapter discussion and conclusions

Chapter 4. Case Studies in Food Safety Standards in EU-COMESA Trade

4.1 Introduction

4.2. The two schools of thought on the impact of food safety standards on trade

4.3 COMESA trade concerns with EU food safety regulations in beef, fishery and horticultural

products

4.4 Private voluntary standards (PVS) and EU food safety standards

4.5 Chapter discussion and conclusions

Chapter 5. Towards a Model for Co-operation in Food Safety Standardsin EU-COMESA Trade

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Tools for upgrading COMESA national food safety control systems

5.3 The COMESA food control system (CFCS)

5.4 Towards an EU-COMESA food control system

5.5 The EU-COMESA food control system (ECFCS)

5.6 Chapter discussion and conclusions

Chapter 6. Conclusions

6.1 Introduction

6.2 The SPS Agreement

6.3 EU food safety standards

6.4 COMESA food safety standards

6.5 A food control system for EU-COMESA food products trade

6.6 Final remarks


 
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