Codex Alimentarius is a collection of international food standards of the Codex Commission, developed a body within the United Nations, together with FAO and WHO sponsored. The purpose of the standard is to harmonize global trade in food and agricultural commodities, to protect the health of consumers and the promotion of fair practices in food trade. A sub-group of the Commission’s work involved establishing international standards on food labeling. The most controversial issue of food labeling with the topical treatment … Read more »

Codex Alimentarius is a collection of international food standards of the Codex Commission, developed a body within the United Nations, together with FAO and WHO sponsored. The purpose of the standard is to harmonize global trade in food and agricultural commodities, to protect the health of consumers and the promotion of fair practices in food trade. A sub-group of the Commission’s work involved establishing international standards on food labeling. The most controversial issue of food labeling dealt with the issue of genetically modified ingredients and how to treat it.
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Ray A. Goldberg,
Harold F. Hogan Jr.
Source: HBS
18 pages.
Publication Date: Oct 28, 2002. Prod #: 903 417 PDF-ENG
Codex Alimentarius and food labeling HBR case solution

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