Measures to Improve Quality and Safety of Imported Foods in Food-related Industries

To make an approach to this report theme, the imported food focused on is imported beef from Australia and America. Quality is defined as attributes for which the direction of good evaluation by all buyers is identical, and safety is included in quality. To resolve this issue, practices of improving beef quality and safety in the imported beef food system, from cattle production to its import are surveyed, with an explication of vertical relations among players and market structure for each stage in the food system. Finally, choices concerning imported beef quality and safety level are considered, analyzing some performances and their factors for improving imported beef quality and safety.


Variant title:
食品関連産業における輸入食料の品質・安全性向上策
Issue Date:
2014-09
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/242336
Published in:
Journal of Rural Economics, Volume 86, Number 2
Page range:
92-102
Total Pages:
11




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