Organisations, Culture & Food Safety
Organisations, Culture & Food Safety A rapid comparative overview of organisational culture frameworks in the food sector . Jose A Bolanos . Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (CARR), London School of Economics (LSE), email@example.com & Food Standards Agency (FSA), firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nov 04, 2014 · 66 per cent of their resources on food, with those better off spending only 34 per cent.13 Zambia seems divided into two worlds based on formal and informal economies. While urban Zambia is associated with the formal economy and carries the majority of households in the formal sector, most rural areas are associated with
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