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  • Food Industry Asia (FIA) has launched a partnership with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the GMS Working Group on Agriculture (GMS WGA) to facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogue around challenges and opportunities for increasing safety and sustainability standards across food systems and products in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS).
    19 Sep 2017
    Building Capacity for Food Safety in the Greater Mekong Subregion
    Food Industry Asia (FIA) has launched a partnership with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the GMS Working Group on Agriculture (GMS WGA) to facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogue around challenges and opportunities for increasing safety and sustainability standards across food systems and products in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS).
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  • Food Industry Asia (FIA) has pledged to support the six countries in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) in building capacity and strengthening food safety systems across the region. Representing the private sector, FIA will bring together governments, policymakers and industry leaders through high-level dialogue to drive the food safety agenda.
    12 Sep 2017
    Food Industry Asia Partners with Asian Development Bank and Regional Governments to Drive Greater Mekong Subregion Food Safety Agenda
    Food Industry Asia (FIA) has pledged to support the six countries in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) in building capacity and strengthening food safety systems across the region. Representing the private sector, FIA will bring together governments, policymakers and industry leaders through high-level dialogue to drive the food safety agenda.
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  • Global food safety standards like the Food and Drug Administration’s Food Safety Modernisation Act (FSMA) are designed to ensure safe food for all; it is the responsibility of all parties, including regulators and food and beverage industry players, to work in partnership to meet such standards. This was one of the key themes at the “Food Safety Training Summit: Growing Markets for High Quality Vietnamese Products” held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on 28 August 2017.
    05 Sep 2017
    Global Food Safety Standards: The Role that Partnerships can Play
    Global food safety standards like the Food and Drug Administration’s Food Safety Modernisation Act (FSMA) are designed to ensure safe food for all; it is the responsibility of all parties, including regulators and food and beverage industry players, to work in partnership to meet such standards. This was one of the key themes at the “Food Safety Training Summit: Growing Markets for High Quality Vietnamese Products” held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on 28 August 2017.
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  • Food Industry Asia (FIA) Members Coca-Cola, Nestlé and PepsiCo are among seven beverage manufacturers that have signed a pledge committing to reduce the amount of sugar across their soft drink product ranges sold in Singapore – to 12 per cent or lower by 2020. This move emphasises efforts taken by industry players to provide consumers with healthier food options and encourage healthier lifestyles, and serves as part of a wider set of interventions needed to address the challenges of diabetes and obesity.
    29 Aug 2017
    Industry Increases Healthier Beverage Options through Sugar Reduction
    Food Industry Asia (FIA) Members Coca-Cola, Nestlé and PepsiCo are among seven beverage manufacturers that have signed a pledge committing to reduce the amount of sugar across their soft drink product ranges sold in Singapore – to 12 per cent or lower by 2020. This move emphasises efforts taken by industry players to provide consumers with healthier food options and encourage healthier lifestyles, and serves as part of a wider set of interventions needed to address the challenges of diabetes and obesity.
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