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EFFL 3/17 is out now!

EFFL 3/17
scrutinises ‘The Role and Mission of the Codex Alimentarius and Its Relation to Its Parent Institutions’ by clarifying questions concerning the interaction between Codex standards and its parent organisations FAO and WHO. In addition, the article ‘Food Diversity and Consumer Protection’ expounds the shift from diversification and innovation in the food sector towards commodification of agricultural products and homogenisation of food tastes. This issue also draws attention to tragic crises in terms of food loss and waste, hunger, malnutrition and human deaths caused by lack of food – focusing on the ‘French and Italian Food Waste Legislation - An Example for other EU Member States to Follow?’ Enjoy reading also the country reports about the impact of EU policies on domestic policies in Czech Republic, France and Italy.

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