2014 World Ranking: Food Safety Performance

The Conference Board of Canada, 68 pages, November 20, 2014
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This report provides an overall world ranking of food safety performance for 17 OECD countries, illustrated by 10 indicators organized across three food safety risk governance domains: assessment, management, and communication.

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This report is a comparative study that measures and ranks Canada’s food safety performance against that of 16  peer Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. The report identifies and evaluates common elements among global food safety systems. It provides an overall world ranking of food safety performance, illustrated by 10 indicators organized across three food safety risk governance domains: assessment, management, and communication. All countries have very high food safety standards, but Canada and Ireland, in particular, earned excellent grades relative to their peers. However, any subsequent global ranking study should consider the development of survey instruments to gather adequate and comparable national evidence on food  safety.

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