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Title: The Future of Food and the Implications for Food Safety Systems in the Asia Pacific Region


1
The Future of Food and the Implications for Food
Safety Systems in the Asia Pacific Region
Dr Gardner MurraySpecial Adviser Australian
Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries
and Forestry
2
Approach
  • Background
  • Global Concerns
  • Foodborne Illness
  • International Trade
  • Meeting Food Safety Challenges
  • Related Issue
  • A Role for APEC
  • Conclusion

3
Background
  • Increased Prominence of Food Safety in the 90s
  • Historical Perspectives
  • Preservation
  • Interventions and Organoleptic Inspection

4
St Anthonys Fire Holy FireSalem Witch Trials?
5
Ergot Poisoning
6
Anthrax
7
Tuberculosis
8
Background
  • Increased Prominence of Food Safety in the 90s
  • Historical Perspectives
  • Preservation
  • Interventions and Organoleptic Inspection

9
Demand for Food (a)
10
Demand for Food (b)
  • Areas of Growth
  • Economic Growth and Disposable Income
  • Meeting Demand
  • Risk

11
Foodborne Illness
  • E coli Camplyobacter Salmonellosis Listeria
  • BSE
  • Anti-microbial resistance
  • Incidence Increasing (WHO)
  • Assumptions on Foodborne Illness

12
Factors Predisposing to Increased Incidence (a)
  • Demographic Changes
  • Ecological Change
  • Intensive Production
  • Trade
  • Tourism

13
Factors Predisposing to Increased Incidence (b)
  • Urbanisation
  • Stress on Facilities
  • Mass Production of Food
  • Eating Out

14
Emerging and Re-emerging Disease
  • US Surgeon General 1967
  • time to close the book on infectious diseases
  • 75 of New Emerging Diseases are Zoonotic
  • Some novel/emerging diseases in Australia
  • Hendra Menangle bat Lyssavirus porcine
    myocarditis feline spongiform encephalopathy s
    enteriditis trichinella pseudospiralis
  • One Medicine and Resilience Thinking

15
Cost/Over Reaction/Communication
  • OzFOODNet 5.4 mill cases of foodborne illness
    each year, cost 1.2 billion
  • BSE risk identification and risk management,
    impacts
  • H5N1

16
Avian Influenza
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Source FAOStat Agricultural data
19
Avian Influenza
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21
International Trade
  • WTO (1995) and SPS/TBT Agreements
  • Codex/OIE/WHO Interface
  • Codex Issues
  • FAO/WHO Food Standards Review
  • Obligations
  • Equivalence ALOPs
  • CCFICS

22
Meeting Food Safety Challenges
Production
Transport
Processing
Export
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Domestic Standards
Case Study
23
Meeting Food Safety Challenges
Production
Transport
Processing
Export
x
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Domestic Standards
meat and bone production facility
Salmonellosis poisoning in the UK Scandinavia
Mung bean packing
beside a
24
Food Safety Systems
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System Driver
System Foundation
System Operation
System Improvement
System Outcome
30
Food Standards in Australia
  • Single National Scheme
  • Public Health Focus
  • Whole of Government
  • Minimum Effective Legislation
  • Certainty

31
Risk Assessment - Complexity
Primary Production Inputs
Distribution Retail Consumers
Transport
Production
Raw Commodity
Further processing
Primary processing
On farm
Transport
  • OUTPUTS
  • Qualitative or quantitative risk estimates
  • Judgements and advice on points of interventions

32
Related Issues
  • Social Values e.g. Animal Welfare
  • New Technologies
  • Bioterrorism Threats
  • Emergency Planning

33
Some Key Principles
  • Multi-disciplinary approach to RAs
  • Science-based RAs
  • Consistent approach across the food chain
  • Consultation
  • Transparency
  • Emergency planning
  • Consideration of emerging threats
  • Effective communication
  • Meeting national international obligations

34
A Role for APEC ?
  • Capacity Building Possible Criteria for Work
  • Food Control Safety Systems
  • Learning Workshops on Applied Microbiological
    Chemical Risk Analysis
  • Systems for Sharing Information
  • Contingency Plan Writing Application

35
  • Conclusions

36
  • Youll be pleased to know its time for MORNING
    TEA
  • - grog later.
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