Mexico and U.S. seek partnership in food safety

The National Service of Health, Safety and Agri-Food Quality (Senasica), the National Association of Self-Service and Departmental Stores (ANTAD) and the Food Marketing Institute of the United States signed a declaration of intent to build an alliance on food safety.

This alliance will allow to identify areas of work in which the collaboration with its counterparts of other governments should be strengthened, said Senasica.

Allies will also be sought between the producers and marketers of both nations, so that consumers obtain greater guarantees so that healthy, safe and quality food can arrive at their table.

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