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Food safety and consumer protection are issues high on the political agenda in Bangladesh where numerous food safety challenges throughout the food chain are faced. The challenges include weak enforcement of food regulations in the domestic market, food adulteration and inappropriate use of agro-chemicals during primary production. Other challenges include lack of consumer confidence in the safety of food supply, rejection of food exports in international markets and poor coordination of food controls across the fragmented official agencies responsible for food control.

In this context, the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) had initial discussion with FAO for technical support in the process of institutionalizing food safety. Following this discussion, consultations with the relevant stakeholders, including the Ministry of Food, were held in April 2013 and a project aimed at assisting the GoB in the development of legislation and regulations for a modernized food safety control system was formulated. Based on this, and following further consultations, a contribution agreement on the project “Institutionalization of Food Safety in Bangladesh for Safer Food” was signed between FAO and the funding agency, USAID.

The project’s main counterpart is the Ministry of Food. However, the Department of Livestock Services, the Bangladesh Accreditation Board under the Ministry of Industries and the Public Health Department are also key stakeholders. It is envisaged that this project will have significant long-term impact on health and nutrition, through reduction of food borne illness and contamination incidents, and will benefit the country at large, in the interests of domestic consumers and of food businesses seeking market access abroad.

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