Title

The most serious offenses and penalties concerning unsafe foods under the Food Safety Laws in Bangladesh, India, and Australia: a critical analysis

RIS ID

103797

Publication Details

Solaiman, S. M. and Ali, A. N. (2015). The most serious offenses and penalties concerning unsafe foods under the Food Safety Laws in Bangladesh, India, and Australia: a critical analysis. Food and Drug Law Journal, 70 (3), 409-433.

Abstract

Food safety is a requirement on which similarity is warranted irrespective of the socioeconomic status of any consumer anywhere on earth at any given time. This is because unsafe foods seriously affect human health and cause loss of life including terminal diseases leading to an early demise. This issue is thus directly concerned with the right to life, which is a universally recognized human right, as well as a constitutionally protected fundamental right enshrined in many national constitutions including those of Bangladesh and India. This critical right is legally protected in Australia though it has not been embraced in its national constitution.

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Food & Drug Law Institute

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