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In 2005, the International Codex Alimentarius Commission abolished the notification procedure by which member governments voluntarily accepted Codex standards as a basis for their domestic food quality and food safety regulations. In this article for Consumer Policy Review, IATP's Dr. Steve Suppan outlines challenges for consumer organizations and government officials who believe Codex standards should have more functions than to serve as possible evidence in potential trade dispute rulings at the WTO.


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