Western Pacific Regional Food Safety Strategy (2011-2015)
Improved food control and coordination throughout the food chain continuum and adequate funding
Food control management is the overall system that countries can put in place to assure the safety of the food being produced, processed, handled, served, imported, exported and consumed. Effective food control systems require policy and operational coordination at the national level to ensure the entire food chain is managed. Such systems can be achieved through a coordinated multi-agency approach, integrated food control management, or by establishing a single agency to address food safety from farm to table.