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Web Content Viewer (JSR 286)

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Regional Coordinating Committees

Each regional committee:

  • Defines the problems and needs of the region concerning food standards and food control
  • Promotes contacts for the exchange of information on proposed regulatory initiatives and stimulates the strengthening of food control infrastructures
  • Recommends to the Commission the development of world-wide standards for products of interest to the region
  • Exercises a general coordinating role for the region

Coordinating Committee for Africa 
Defines problems and needs concerning food standards for the African region.

Coordinating Committee for Asia 
Defines problems and needs concerning food standards for the Asian region.

Coordinating Committee for Europe 
Defines problems and needs concerning food standards for Europe.

Coordinating Committee for Latin America & the Caribbean 
Defines problems and needs concerning food standards for South America, Central America, and the Caribbean region.

Codex Committee for the Near East 
Defines problems and needs concerning food standards for the Near East Region.

Coordinating Committee for North America & the South West Pacific 
Defines the problems and needs concerning food standards for the United States, Canada, and the South West Pacific.

Last Modified Sep 10, 2013