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Cajanus Vol 42 No 2 2009 - Food Safety 2

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Food poisoning at a local food festival or tourism event, convulsions resulting from unscrupulous peddling of harmful food supplements and the unfettered consumption of “empty calories” from vending machines are images that we cannot allow to be a regular part of the Caribbean consciousness. This issue of CAJANUS gives focus to these aspects of food safety where regulation may need to be introduced or enforced.

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Cajanus Vol 42 No. 1 2009 - Food Safety 1

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In several issues of the Cajanus, the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute addressed the matter of food safety. In Volume 24 of 1991, reference was made to an excerpt from the World Health Organization (WHO) publication Evaluation of Programmes to Ensure Food Safety: Guiding Principles. The point was made that in developing food safety programmes; there must be continuous re-examination and evaluation to ensure that the activities that are being undertaken are those that bring substantial improvements”.

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Volume 41 No 3 2008 - Food Security 2

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This is the second of two issues of CAJANUS focusing on the theme Food and Nutrition Security in CARIFORUM countries. This issue draws from studies on Jamaica, St. Lucia and Belize, which were conducted by the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute (CFNI) for the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) in 2007.

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Volume 41 No 2 2008 - Security 1

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This issue of CAJANUS is based on a report on food and nutrition security in CARIFORUM countries prepared by the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute (CFNI) for the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) in August 2007.

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Nyam News November 1 & 2, 2008

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SUGAR AND YOUR HEALTH

Sugar has been, over the years, important to the Caribbean as it is one of our major exports, made from the sugar cane grown in many of our countries.

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