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- From foreign shores. J.F. // FDA Consumer;Mar1993, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p9
Discusses how the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention oversees food on US-bound foreign carriers and how the Food and Drug Administration, the US Coast Guard, and state health officials work with CDC when a problem arises. Case of cholera involving a Aerolinas Argentinas flight...
- Food & bake `97. // Food Manufacture;Aug97, Vol. 72 Issue 8, pS1
Presents a preview of the Food and Bake 1997 show at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England from September 28-1. Information on sandwich seminar speakers; Details on some of the demonstrations; Additional equipment to be used in the food industry. INSET: The full timetable is as...
- Ireland in self-promotion scheme. // Dairy Industries International;Aug95, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p6
Reports on the Irish government's scheme to boost food experts. Brian O'Shea as food minister; Establishment of group to examine ways of adding value to sales.
- Memorandum on the Safety of Important Foods. Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;7/12/99, Vol. 35 Issue 27, p1277
Presents the text of the memorandum given by United States President Bill Clinton on July 3, 1999 about the safety of imported foods.
- U.S. trade surplus in processed foods expected to continue. Ruppel, Fred J.; Harris, J. Michael // FoodReview;May-Aug95, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p43
Presents statistics on the export and import of processed foods in the United States from 1990 to 1994. Trade surpluses since 1991; Growth rates for smaller industries; Destination and source countries for processed foods; developing countries as growing markets; Outlook for processed food...
- U.S. processed foods trade surplus over $4.5 billion in 1995. Harris, J. Michael; Malanoski, Margaret // FoodReview;Sept-Dec96, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p34
Provides information on the amount of money the United States processed food industry in trade surplus in 1995. Financial information on processed foods exported and imported in the United States. INSET: The `processed' foods industries..
- MACEDONIA DEPENDENT ON IMPORT DESPITE BEING AGRICULTURAL COUNTRY. // Macedonian Business Monthly;Apr2013, Issue 129, p15
The article offers information on the food imports and exports in Macedonia wherein the total expenditure for food imports in 2012 was 667 million dollars.
- Note to readers. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);7/28/2008, Vol. 9 Issue 30, p8
A correction to the article regarding the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's rules on food imports is presented.
- Half of nation's food bill spent on imported goods. // Irish Farmers Monthly;Aug2012, p4
The article focuses on a report which reveals that Ireland has spent approximately 4.995 billion euros on food imports in the year 2011 and has only spent 706 million euros and 478 million euros on meat and dairy industry respectively.