SOP’s in Malaysia, a non-compliant country with regard to food safety rules, is causing the death of people. The government authorities are to blame for this. So a challenge was created by the government authorities – to solve this problem and make it comply with food safety rules throughout the ASEAN region.
This article aims to highlight the role of food safety network in Malaysia as a part of the ASEAN Food Safety Network. Based on my experience and knowledge, I will endeavour to highlight how our food safety network can contribute to promote and sustain healthy food systems in Malaysia.
A stand-alone system that provides a web interface for monitoring food safety in the ASEAN countries of Malaysia and Singapore.
Malaysian government is very keen in expanding ASEAN Food Safety Network as a global approach to health. The government even announced that it will launch a similar project in the Philippines, Korea and other ASEAN nations. This project was recently given the green light by Ministry of Health Malaysia and will be heading to these countries later this year.
ASEAN Food Safety Network (AFSN) is the regional standard that aims to provide food safety information on all ASEAN countries. It provides a single source of information on food safety, job opportunities and best practices based on the recommendations of the “ASEAN Food Safety Charter”.
The ASEAN Food Safety Network (AFSN) aims to develop a network of food safety experts across the Southeast Asian region, including Malaysia. The aim is to ensure that the food that we consume is safe for human consumption.
The AFSN’s goal is to provide quality content on food safety through peer-to-peer sharing and information sharing, as well as from its website. The AFSN partners with industry associations, national policy agencies and think tanks, academic institutions, NGOs and local governments to facilitate knowledge exchange in this area.
The food safety network in Malaysia was established to encourage the growing of food safety awareness among people. It aims to improve food safety, quality and consumption in the country.
In Islam, food safety is a concern for everyone. One of the biggest concerns that Muslims have is food contamination. Many of us are allergic to certain foods and depend on those foods to stay healthy.
We are used to thinking of the Asian continent as set-apart, but when it comes to food safety, there is a lot of different cultures and countries in the region where this problem still exists almost 10 years after we started talking about it. In Malaysia, some companies like Nestle and Unilever run their own programs to prevent food procurement problems in Malaysia:
In Southeast Asia, many countries tend to follow the same standards and regulations when manufacturing products for export. The situation in Malaysia has created a good environment for the export industry which allows manufacturers from ASEAN countries like Singapore.
ASEAN Food Safety Network (AFSN) is a project of the ASEAN Commission on Sustainable Development (ACSD). It aims to improve food safety, produce and distribution in the ASEAN region by enhancing education, monitoring and reducing foodborne diseases.