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Legal regulations and administration of food safety

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The article presents Legal regulations and administration of food safety affects the whole chain of correlated participants of the food market, which are producers of agricultural raw materials and food, processors, distributors, legal regulations bodies as well as government institutions that enforce and control the law enforcement and the final link in the chain of consumers. Food security is inextricably linked to legal obligations related to their provision. The manner and form of implementation is inscribed in the political sphere of countries, depends on their political system, legal solutions, as well as geographical conditions and climate. The right to safe food is inscribed in human rights, life, human dignity and food. The foreign literature analysis was used to implement the above objectives.
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  • Faculty of Command and Naval Operations, Polish Naval Academy of the Heroes of Westerplatte, Gdynia, Poland
  • Faculty of Humanities, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Siedlce, Poland
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