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Education in and about chemistry is critical in addressing challenges such as global climate change, in providing sustainable sources of clean water, food and energy and in maintaining a wholesome environment for the wellbeing of all people. The science of chemistry and its applications produce medicines, fuels, metals and virtually all other manufactured products.
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Score: 1481524.2 - https://www.un.org/en/events/chemistry2011/
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The application of these Codes can be an important step towards the targets: a) That the food will not cause infection or intoxication when properly prepared; b) Does not contain residues (of pesticides, veterinary drugs and heavy metals) in excess of established limits; c) Is free from disease; d) Free from obvious contamination; e) Free from defects generally recognised as objectionable; f) Has been produced under adequate hygienic control; g) Fulfils the expectation of the consumer in regard to composition.   (...) The responsibility for the production of safe and wholesome meat is normally shared by the industry and the controlling authority. This requires a controlling authority which is adequately resourced and has the legal power to enforce the requirements and which should be independent of the management of the establishment where the meat is produced.     Comments: AGA Webmaster FAO ,
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Score: 1480725 - https://www.fao.org/AG/AGAInfo/themes/en/meat/quality.html
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This Law shall lay down the requirements for food placed on the market and its handling, the competence of state institutions and public organisations for the protection of consumers’ rights in ensuring food safety; it shall also regulate duties and liability of food producers, food service operators and food traders. 2. The purpose of this Law is to ensure that: 1) food placed on the market meets the safety requirements laid down by this Law and other legal acts; 2) food meets international requirements for a free movement of goods and that a Lithuanian food producer could increase the export of his goods to other countries, and that food produced in Lithuania could compete more effectively on the international market; 3) production of ecological agricultural products, higher nutrition standards of the Lithuanian population should be promoted and their health conditioned by food and nutrition should be improved. (...) The producers, traders and food service operators shall have the right to appeal to court against the actions of the food control authority. 9.
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Score: 1388668.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ltu_e/WTACCLTU49_LEG_3.pdf
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International Year of Chemistry, 2011 The General Assembly, Recalling its resolution 61/185 of 20 December 2006 on the proclamation of international years, Recognizing that humankind’s understanding of the material nature of our world is grounded, in particular, in our knowledge of chemistry, Stressing that education in and about chemistry is critical in addressing challenges such as global climate change, in providing sustainable sources of clean water, food and energy and in maintaining a wholesome environment for the wellbeing of all people, Considering that the science of chemistry and its applications produce medicines, fuels, metals and virtually all other manufactured products, Being aware that the year 2011 provides the opportunity to celebrate the contributions of women to science on the one-hundredth anniversary of the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Maria Sklodowska-Curie, Being aware also that the year 2011 provides the opportunity to highlight the need for international scientific collaboration on the one-hundredth anniversary of the founding of the International Association of Chemical Societies, Noting the adoption by the Executive Board of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization at its one hundred and seventyninth session of a proposal for the proclamation by the United Nations of 2011 as the International Year of Chemistry, and noting also the unanimous resolution of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, at its 2007 Council meeting, to have 2011 proclaimed the International Year of Chemistry, Recognizing the leading role of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry in coordinating and promoting chemistry activities at the national and regional levels around the world, 1.
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Score: 1365465.5 - https://www.un.org/en/events/chemistry2011/resolution.shtml
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The newsletter is an initiative of MoHFW, the World Health Organization Country Office for India, and is produced by the Public Health Foundation of India. ‘Niramaya’ is a Sanskrit word which means healthy, wholesome and freedom from illnesses. In his message, Mr Azad said, “I am happy that a newsletter on NCDs is being launched by the MoHFW in coordination with WHO and civil society.
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Score: 1365465.5 - https://www.who.int/india/news...-launches-e-newsletter-on-ncds
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The core FVC comprises the value chain actors who produce or procure products from the upstream level, add value to these products and then sell them on to the next level. (...) The aggregation step is especially important to FVCs in developing countries, where efficiently aggregating and storing small volumes of produce collected from widely dispersed smallholder producers is often a major challenge. (...) Large quantities of wholesome edible food are often unused or left over and discarded from household kitchens and eating establishments.
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Score: 1363782.5 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...tools-and-methods/vcandflw/en/
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Food is wasted in many ways: Fresh produce that deviates from what is considered optimal, for example in terms of shape, size and color, is often removed from the supply chain during sorting operations. (...) Large quantities of wholesome edible food are often unused or left over and discarded from household kitchens and eating establishments.
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Score: 1342101.8 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...waste/old-pages/food-waste/ar/
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Food is wasted in many ways: Fresh produce that deviates from what is considered optimal, for example in terms of shape, size and color, is often removed from the supply chain during sorting operations. (...) Large quantities of wholesome edible food are often unused or left over and discarded from household kitchens and eating establishments.
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Score: 1342101.8 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...waste/old-pages/food-waste/ru/
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Food is wasted in many ways: Fresh produce that deviates from what is considered optimal, for example in terms of shape, size and color, is often removed from the supply chain during sorting operations. (...) Large quantities of wholesome edible food are often unused or left over and discarded from household kitchens and eating establishments.
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Score: 1342101.8 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...ages/food-waste/definition/ar/
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Food is wasted in many ways: Fresh produce that deviates from what is considered optimal, for example in terms of shape, size and color, is often removed from the supply chain during sorting operations. (...) Large quantities of wholesome edible food are often unused or left over and discarded from household kitchens and eating establishments.
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Score: 1342101.8 - https://www.fao.org/platform-f...ages/food-waste/definition/ru/
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