Consumers increasingly want information and assurance about what they eat, but are often overwhelmed by the many different kinds of food standards. To explain food standards and why they are important for the ASEAN region
Draft Roadmaps for the national Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and organic standards were developed in Myanmar on 4-5 July and 6-7 July 2017, respectively. In cooperation with the Department of Agriculture, Myanmar, the two workshops
Peer learning is necessary in strengthening good agricultural practices between ASEAN neighboring countries. In collaboration with the bilateral project Trade Development Programme and the support of the regional ASEAN Sustainable Agrifood Systems project, the Standards
A study trip on experiences on the development of fruits and vegetables production in Thailand and trade fair visit was organized for integrated Public Private Partners (iPPP) from Cambodia, Indonesia and Lao PDR in Chiang
By Lisa Faust, Standards in the Southeast Asian Food Trade Despite a growing demand for certified foods among Philippine and international consumers, only a small amount of food grown in the Philippines is currently certified.
On behalf of GIZ, Consumers International (CI) conducted a study ‘Food Safety Control Measures in Developing Asian Countries’ (Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Bangladesh) with its objectives are to take stock of the existing food