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Food safety in an organic perspective

@inproceedings{Kristensen2002FoodSI,
  title={Food safety in an organic perspective},
  author={Erik Kristensen and Hugo Fjelsted Alr{\o}e and Birgitte Hansen},
  year={2002}
}
The holistic perspective of organic farming implies a broader conception of food safety that includes both product safety and agri-food system safety. The credibility of organic food can only be maintained if the organic agri-food system is developed in correspondence with the basic organic principles. In this way it will be possible to show the whole organic agri-food system as a safer alternative to conventional farming. Thereby trust will be supported in organic foods despite the sparse (and… Expand
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