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ABSTRACT. Chadwick contends that overall diet gets short shrift in contemporary food safety legislation. Bagchi et al. observe that obesity has rapidly grown into a global epidemic. Frewer and Fischer argue that consumer perceptions associated with the introduction of novel food technologies are characterised by a range of specific perceptions. Paarlberg states that the best way to judge the magnitude of the crisis is to measure actual hunger. (pp. 273–278)

JEL: Q40, Q50, N70


Keywords: nutrition, science, food, technology, safety, legislation 

NATALITA MARIA SPERDEA
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MADALINA GIORGIANA MANGRA
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VALENTINA DOCEA
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CONSTANTIN COJOCARU
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University of Craiova

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