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Published in Scientific Works. C Series. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LVIII ISSUE 3
Written by Ipate Iudith, Bogdan A.T, Seregi Janos, Gottfried Brem, Constanta Strasser

Adaptation to climate change is essential for any efforts to promote food security, poverty alleviation, or sustainable management and conservation of natural resources. Many countries are already dealing with climate change impacts. The dynamic of food‘s world population projection to 2050 year and consumption dynamic of cereals, animal products (meat, milk, eggs) in terms of respect international standards of food safety and security; the known european principles “from the farm to the fork” and “from the farm to the plate” which have restricted rules established by European Food Safety Authority, must be respected in agrifood products 2050 year perspective also. In this framework, the food safety and security must be correlated with the respect of known principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, based on actual international standards from ISO 9001-9002 series (Quality Management System), ISO 14001: 2004 (Environment Management), ISO 22000 (Food Safety). The projections for the future socio-economic environment and the assessment of the situation and prospects of the natural resource base raise the question as to whether and under what conditions the estimated future food demand can be met and how food security can be achieved.

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