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Agri-food safety policy in Korea : The current situation and tasks

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Frame of Image xpanding women's role in the society, and increasing number of single households.  Average monthly eating-out spending: 23.0%(1990)→ 47.7%(2013)  Total sales of food service: 1.1 billion won(’90)→ 7.7 billion won (’12), 9.4% average annual increase
Proportion of Eating-Out in Food Spending
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Consumer concern over food safety of processed and restaurant food is growing due to limited information.
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1. Changes in the Environment for Agri-food Safety
1.1. Changes in Internal Environment (continued)
The likelihood of getting food poisoning increased due to expansion of mass cooking and supply of food. Food poisoning incidents and patients increased sharply.
 Food poisoning incidents: 165 incidents (2004) → 235 incidents (2013)
 Share of food poisoning at restaurants and mass feeding facilities: 81.7% (2013)
I : number of food poisoning incidents P: patients
Food Poisoning Incidents by Location
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1. Changes in the Environment for Agri-food Safety
1.2. Changes in External Environment
Continuous increase of imported food due to market liberalization
 Agricultural products: $1.54B (2000) → $5.45B (2012), annual increase of 11.1%  Processed food: $1.79B (2000) → $5.52B (2012), annual increase of 11.4%
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Agri-Food Import Trends
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Title Agri-food safety policy in Korea
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The current situation and tasks

Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Choi, Ji Hyeon

Publisher

[Seoul]:Korea Rural Economic Institute

Date 2015-06
Pages 27
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < Agriculture
Holding KREI; KDI School