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Координационный комитет Кодекса по Латинской Америке и странам Карибского бассейна (CCLAC), региональный координатор – Чили

Население стран Латинской Америки и Карибского бассейна превышает 600 миллионов человек; этот регион характеризуется широким разнообразием этнических, социальных, культурных и демографических характеристик.

Экономика стран в значительной степени базируется на добыче полезных ископаемых, главным образом нефти, а также на горнодобывающей, обрабатывающей и агропромышленной отраслях индустрии.

В течение последнего десятилетия регион переживал глубокие экономические и социальные преобразования, которые позволили миллионам людей выйти из бедности и повысили численность среднего класса. Определяющим фактором такого прогресса послужил прочный экономический рост под влиянием как местных реформ, так и благоприятного глобального экономического климата.

Официальные языки региона – испанский, английский и португальский. В странах также используются французский и голландский языки.

Из 46 стран, входящих в состав региона, 33 причислены к CCLAC и составляют 20% из всех стран-участников Кодекса.

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Understanding Codex for a member country or observer organization also means being able to use the online systems that manage the standard setting process. If you are unable to take part in electronic working groups or post your national position via comments online then your voice will not be heard, and you will not learn the views of others. The Codex Secretariat has held training sessions in different regions and regularly showcases Codex online tools at the Commission and during [...]
08 November 2019

Codex family comes together despite tension in Santiago

The Codex Twitter account @FAOWHOCodex commonly uses the hashtag #CodexFamily♥ but this light-hearted symbol of friendship and unity took on a new meaning last week as disruptions in Santiago forced the FAO/WHO Coordinating Committee for Latin America and the Caribbean (CCLAC) to end early after only two half days of deliberation. Codex, where the world comes together and looks after each other. With uncertainty surrounding personal safety and a curfew imposed each day in the city, the Chilean secretariat worked tirelessly to [...]
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Science and communication: the keys to addressing food safety challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean

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23 October 2019

Latin America and Caribbean addressing challenges of food safety

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18 October 2019

Four new standards, discussions and consensus. A productive session for fruit and veg

A productive session at the Codex Committee for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables as four standards are sent for adoption to the next Codex Alimentarius Commission in July. “These hopefully soon to be adopted standards for kiwifruit, garlic, ware potatoes and yam represent a milestone in international standard setting activities", said Alfonso Guati Rojo, Chairperson of the committee. Rojo also saluted the hard work by delegates:  “Consensus is key for developing Codex standards”, he said and “in Mexico we will include [...]
15 October 2019

Codex standards: a synonym for quality

Mr Alfonso Guati-Rojo Sánchez, Chairperson of the Committee, welcomed delegates to the twenty-first session of the Codex Committee on Fresh Fruits and Vegetables: "It is an honor for Mexico to host CCFFV since 1988: we have been working continuously for 31 years and have managed to jointly build 37 international standards. This work directly contributes to ensure fair practices in food trade and to protect consumer health". Emphasizing the importance of consensus in timely completion of Codex standards Sánchez said, "it is important [...]
08 October 2019

Codex Members gather in Mexico to develop standards for fresh fruits and vegetables

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05 October 2019

FAO teams up with WHO for World Food Safety Day in Barbados

The first ever World Food Safety Day was celebrated on Friday, 7 June 2019, a partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization. With two major initiatives planned for the day, the team of Renata Clarke, FAO Sub-regional Coordinator along with Karen Polson-Edwards Advisor, Climate Change and Environmental Determinants of Health - PAHO/WHO Office for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean started early with a 7:30AM journey to the Starcom Network studios for two [...]
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Nicaragua celebrates first World Food Safety Day

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Chile: the importance of Codex Alimentarius in food production and trade.

The Chilean Codex Alimentarius Secretariat, ACHIPIA, organized a seminar on 5 June 2019 entitled “Codex Alimentarius: Strengthening food safety in trade”. The aim was to attract and increase the participation of different sectors of the food industry in the national sub-committees. Speakers from the food industry association explained to participants how Codex standards and their application in production processes, help them in complying with national and international regulations on food safety and facilitating food trade, using concrete examples in which [...]
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CCLAC Coordinator

All information on Codex is public and free.

For regional enquiries contact:

CCLAC Secretariat

Agencia Chilena para la Calidad e Inocuidad Alimentaria (ACHIPIA),
Ministerio de Agricultura,
Calle Nueva York 17 Piso 4,
Santiago de Chile,
Chile

Email: codex@achipia.gob.cl