Gestion des risques sanitaire et phytosanitaire dans la filière pomme
Jean-Marie Codron ()
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In France, apples are the first most consumed and exported fruits. The industry is under intense scrutiny from a sanitary and phytosanitary point of view due to national and European reglementation, private standards on pesticide residues, phytosanitary barriers in certain emerging countries and consumer perceptions that are sometimes critical. The Sustain'Apple project aims to shed light on the organizational and institutional solutions (studied less than technical solutions) to maintain and enforce the sustainability of the apple (sanitary quality of the fruit, competitiveness of firms, environmental performance). Research is carried out at different levels of the industry (production areas, distribution on the national market, international trade, public sphere of negociating phytosanitary protocols). Local supply chains and French competitors in exports (Italy and Chili) are also taken into account.
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Published in Infos CTIFL, 2015, pp.16-22
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