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Food laws ensuring food safety and regulation of substances added to foods vary significantly between countries and across regions. Most industrialized countries have developed country specific legislation and control processes, whereas lesser developed nations generally rely upon CODEX Alimentarius and/or approvals in countries/regions with globally recognized food safety legislation such as the EU, USA and Australia/New Zealand, as well as major trade partners.

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