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|| Ch. 1. Overview of food safety management in China. 1.1. Changes in the focus of food safety in China. 1.2. China's food safety: understanding based on the perspective of non-traditional security. 1.3. China's food safety supervision: progress and achievements. 1.4. China's food safety supervision: problem analysis. 1.5. Conclusions -- ch. 2. Safety of vegetables and the use of pesticides by farmers in China. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Method. 2.3. Results and discussions. 2.4. Conclusions and implications -- ch. 3. Adoption of food safety and quality standards by China's agricultural cooperatives. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Methodology. 3.3. Data source and variable description. 3.4. Results and discussions. 3.5. Policy implications and conclusions -- ch. 4. Implementation of food safety and quality standards: a case study of the vegetable processing industry in Zhejiang, China. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Food safety and quality system in China. 4.3. Theoretical framework. 4.4. The survey and the data. 4.5. Empirical analysis. 4.6. Conclusions and policy recommendations -- ch. 5. Adoption of HACCP system in the Chinese food industry: a comparative analysis. 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. Method. 5.3. Results and discussions. 5.4. Conclusions and implications -- ch. 6. An empirical analysis of the implementation of vegetable quality and safety traceability systems centering on wholesale markets. 6.1. Thye status quo and the reasons for the implementation of a traceability system in China's agricultural products wholesale markets. 6.2. Analysis of factors that influence suppliers of vegetables wholesale markets implementing a traceability system. 6.3. Results and discussions. 6.4. Policy recommendations -- ch. 7. Investment in voluntary traceability: analysis of Chinese hog slaughterhouses and processors. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Related literature. 7.3. Materials and methods. 7.4. Results and discussions. 7.5. Conclusions -- ch. 8. Quality perception, safer behavior management and control of aquaculture: experience of exporting enterprises of Zhejiang Province, China. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Aquatic products export restrictions: the situation from Zhejiang Province. 8.3. Related references. 8.4. Materials and methods. 8.5. Descriptive analysis. 8.6. Conclusions and recommendations -- ch. 9. Outlook for China's food safety situation and policy recommendations. 9.1. Outlook for China's food safety situation. 9.2. Policy recommendations.
|| In recent years, China has taken a number of effective measures to strengthen the supervision of food quality and safety, but food safety incidents still occur sometimes. The recurrence and intractability of such incidents suggest that, in addition to the imperfect supervision system, the greatest obstacle to China's food quality safety management is that China's "farm to fork" food supply chain has too many stages, the members on the supply chain have not formed a stable strategic and cooperative relation, and on the other hand, during the transitional period, some practitioners lack social r.