Imperatives for Improvement of Food Safety in Fruit and Vegetable Value Chains in Viet Nam

The publication draws on the results of safety tests, a stakeholder survey, and a literature review. It notes that building confidence in safe fruit and vegetables would encourage consumers to eat more of them, boosting people’s health and producers’ livelihoods. Its recommendations include expanding producers’ cooperatives and designated safe vegetable production areas, using incentives and controls to drive down chemical pesticide misuse, and publishing the results of regular testing.

  • Introduction
  • Methodology and Data
  • Analysis of Key Contaminants
  • Policies, Laws, and Regulations
  • Recommendations
  • Appendixes

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