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Poland catching-up regions 2 - Safer food, better business in Podkarpackie and Lubelskie (Polonês)

This report provides recommendations to improve food inspection practices in Podkarpackie and Lubelskie, regions in southeastern Poland that represent eleven percent of the country's population and eight percent of its gross domestic product (GDP). The report argues that the enforcement of food-related requirements in southeastern Poland could be less burdensome and more effective if inspectorates fully adopted international best practices in regulatory enforcement. The report consists of three chapters. The first chapter presents an overview of the food sector and opinions on food inspections shared with the World Bank Group by companies in southeastern Poland. The second chapter describes how food-related inspections are organized and carried out in Podkarpackie and Lubelskie and how they compare to international best practice. Based on the comparison of local and international practices the third chapter concludes with a set of concrete recommendations to be implemented at the national, regional and local levels by Poland's authorities.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Drozd,Maciej Adam, Kadziauskas,Giedrius, Ristic,Gordana, Zadernowski,Marek Ryszard, Vranic,Goran

  • Data do documento

    2018/05/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    127296

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Polônia,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2018/06/19

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Poland catching-up regions 2 - Safer food, better business in Podkarpackie and Lubelskie

  • Palavras-chave

    agricultural and food; food inspection; food sector; protection of consumer right; risk assessment; international good practice; employment in agriculture; exchange of information; risk assessment methodology; number of inspections; food processing; food safety; plant protection product; fruit and vegetable; number of workers; economies of scale; food safety system; higher value added; genetically modified organism; number of complaints; average farm size; size of farm; bovine spongiform encephalopathy; means of communication; safety of food; safety of product; gross domestic product; gap in knowledge; portable document format; health care facilities; internal control system; food safety authority; health care facility; compliance with regulation; food business; food control; risk category; software application; regulatory enforcement; animal origin; production process; commercial code; food chain; regional food; net export; food product; administrative burden; voluntary compliance; Field Unit; plant health; inspection burden; information exchange; competent authority; business environment; business inspections; negative externality; veterinary control; inspection service; low-productivity agriculture; metal product; micro business; manufacturing sector; information flow; sample collection; software package; fishing activity; complaints management; food production; institutional consolidation; veterinary inspector; draft law; safe food; large enterprise; firm level; limited information; business statistic; market consolidation; food regulation; large-scale investment; divergent perspectives; basic metal; paper product; wood product; mineral product; leather products; regional specialization; meat product; dairy product; vegetable product; retail meat; labour productivity; dynamic growth; employee benefit; confined animal; field crop; trade sector; mixed farming; comparative advantage; agricultural region; poultry producer; medium-sized enterprise; farm profits; employment structure; Administration Agreement; farm income; farm revenue; online service; animal by-products; import procedure; leafy vegetable; raw meat; public resource; local leadership; food quality; statistical reports; software developer; administrative level; personal relations; data exchange; external information; food hygiene; two-way communication; business operators; software program; mobile device; field visits; data error; primary production; regulatory control; legal obligation; Business Regulation; core functions; state administration; regulatory gap; public health; formal inspection; promotion activity; Performance Standards; corruption case; regulatory environment; national requirement; regulatory requirement; regulatory expertise; food technology; work experience; legal requirement; domestic trade; comparable data; Disease Prevention; pesticide residue; food additive; organic farming; proper packaging; border inspection; antarctic krill; agricultural product; fruit juice; subsidiary right; food manufacturing; Food Services; institutional practice; regional economy; Management Systems; gross value; noncommercial purposes; food standard; ICT Solutions; secondary sector; mobile access; Agricultural Trade

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