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The Government of Vanuatu would like to place on record its sincere appreciation to the Governments of Australia, the European Union, New Zealand, and the United States for their concrete technical assistance and policy advice, since 2008, which is the period when Vanuatu has worked actively with the Secretariat to update the 2001 Draft Accession Package. (...) The package was circulated to WTO Members on 3 November 2010. (...) Vanuatu accepts and endorses this package: it is as good a package that any government can offer; whether LDC, or not.
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Score: 921735.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne..._e/news11_e/molisa_may11_e.doc
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Most of the materials are new with improving functions through lamination, coating or incorporating active materials. Key issues to consider with fresh fish packaging used at retail level are:  Gas barrier – for example, modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) requires a high barrier to carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N2).  (...) N2 is mainly used as a filler gas to replace O2.  Vacuum Packaging Air is removed under vacuum and the package is then sealed. (...) The products must be refrigerated/chilled. Active Packaging The addition of active ingredients that absorb or release compound in the gas surrounding the fish.
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Score: 921506.9 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ail/appropriate-technology/ar/
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Most of the materials are new with improving functions through lamination, coating or incorporating active materials. Key issues to consider with fresh fish packaging used at retail level are:  Gas barrier – for example, modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) requires a high barrier to carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N2).  (...) N2 is mainly used as a filler gas to replace O2.  Vacuum Packaging Air is removed under vacuum and the package is then sealed. (...) The products must be refrigerated/chilled. Active Packaging The addition of active ingredients that absorb or release compound in the gas surrounding the fish.
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Score: 921506.9 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ail/appropriate-technology/ru/
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Most of the materials are new with improving functions through lamination, coating or incorporating active materials. Key issues to consider with fresh fish packaging used at retail level are:  Gas barrier – for example, modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) requires a high barrier to carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N2).  (...) N2 is mainly used as a filler gas to replace O2.  Vacuum Packaging Air is removed under vacuum and the package is then sealed. (...) The products must be refrigerated/chilled. Active Packaging The addition of active ingredients that absorb or release compound in the gas surrounding the fish.
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Score: 921506.9 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ail/appropriate-technology/en/
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Most of the materials are new with improving functions through lamination, coating or incorporating active materials. Key issues to consider with fresh fish packaging used at retail level are:  Gas barrier – for example, modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) requires a high barrier to carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N2).  (...) N2 is mainly used as a filler gas to replace O2.  Vacuum Packaging Air is removed under vacuum and the package is then sealed. (...) The products must be refrigerated/chilled. Active Packaging The addition of active ingredients that absorb or release compound in the gas surrounding the fish.
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Score: 921506.9 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ail/appropriate-technology/es/
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Most of the materials are new with improving functions through lamination, coating or incorporating active materials. Key issues to consider with fresh fish packaging used at retail level are:  Gas barrier – for example, modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) requires a high barrier to carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N2).  (...) N2 is mainly used as a filler gas to replace O2.  Vacuum Packaging Air is removed under vacuum and the package is then sealed. (...) The products must be refrigerated/chilled. Active Packaging The addition of active ingredients that absorb or release compound in the gas surrounding the fish.
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Score: 921506.9 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ail/appropriate-technology/fr/
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Most of the materials are new with improving functions through lamination, coating or incorporating active materials. Key issues to consider with fresh fish packaging used at retail level are:  Gas barrier – for example, modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) requires a high barrier to carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N2).  (...) N2 is mainly used as a filler gas to replace O2.  Vacuum Packaging Air is removed under vacuum and the package is then sealed. (...) The products must be refrigerated/chilled. Active Packaging The addition of active ingredients that absorb or release compound in the gas surrounding the fish.
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Score: 921506.9 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ail/appropriate-technology/zh/
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Score: 920810.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2013/DGPWG.13.WP.041.2.en.pdf
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Food safety and quality: Supporting material 中文 english français Español 粮农组织主页 Food safety & quality About us Events & projects Capacity development Needs assessment Policy advice Food regulations Food inspection Risk analysis Good hygiene practices and HACCP Effective participation in Codex Voluntary standards & schemes Public education and communication Scientific advice Publications & tools A-Z index Partnerships Food safety and quality | share  >  Capacity development  >  Effective participation in Codex   Supporting visual aids/presentations Enhancing participation in Codex activities: A FAO/WHO training package (2005) – CD-Rom The visual aids and presentations linked below are included on the CD-Rom which comes with the hardcopy version of the training package. To order the full package, including CD-Rom, for US$40 please go to FAO's online publications catalogue . Section 1: Establishing and maintaining national Codex activities 1.1 Enhancing your participation in Codex activities     Section 2: Understanding the organization of Codex    2.1 Codex: a historical perspective 2.2 What is Codex?
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Score: 919636.1 - https://www.fao.org/food/food-...-codex/supporting-material/zh/
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Food safety and quality: Supporting material العربية english français Español الصفحة الأولى Food safety & quality About us Events & projects Capacity development Needs assessment Policy advice Food regulations Food inspection Risk analysis Good hygiene practices and HACCP Effective participation in Codex Voluntary standards & schemes Public education and communication Scientific advice Publications & tools A-Z index Partnerships Food safety and quality | share  >  Capacity development  >  Effective participation in Codex   Supporting visual aids/presentations Enhancing participation in Codex activities: A FAO/WHO training package (2005) – CD-Rom The visual aids and presentations linked below are included on the CD-Rom which comes with the hardcopy version of the training package. To order the full package, including CD-Rom, for US$40 please go to FAO's online publications catalogue . Section 1: Establishing and maintaining national Codex activities 1.1 Enhancing your participation in Codex activities     Section 2: Understanding the organization of Codex    2.1 Codex: a historical perspective 2.2 What is Codex?
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Score: 919636.1 - https://www.fao.org/food/food-...-codex/supporting-material/ar/
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