Date: May 16, 2011
Location: Big Sky, Montana
The Review of Progress Report was approved by the FSCF and the Steering Group also previewed a supply chain training module being developed by Michigan State University. A second aquaculture food safety module is also being prepared, and the Steering Group discussed ideas for disseminating PTIN training materials. The U.S. recommended new work on laboratory capacity building and export certificates. Thailand proposed new projects on development of risk-based food regulatory systems and training of food inspectors. The World Bank and a Chinese aquaculture firm have joined the Steering Group, and Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines are interested in designating a government representative. The World Bank presented its recommendations for taking Asia Pacific capacity building to the next level.
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