By Erich Lück; Martin Jager. Transl. from the German by S. F. Laichena
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2 EU Social Agenda Within the EU, some see non-food safety issues or credence attributes as conflict of interests for society. This pressure is increased because of the tension between the expectations of the “citizen” and the “consumer” as two sides of mankind. For example, the citizen expects animal welfare, care for the environment, a nice landscape, and if possible, an organic agriculture. On the other hand, the consumer is not always prepared to pay an adequate price for these demands. Many producers find themselves caught between these two expectations, often mentioning that foreign competitors can sell food at lower prices because they have fewer environmental rules.
Indd xxxiv 8/27/09 2:36:37 PM Preface xxxv NOTE ON THE LITERATURE This book contains information obtained from a wide variety of highly regarded references and sources. Numerous resources provided information regarding facets of identity preservation and traceability. S. Department of Agriculture written by Elise Golan and others. The most comprehensive works about the state of the art of identity preservation and traceability were by Dennis Strayer, Identity-Preserved Systems: A Reference Handbook (2002) and Improving Traceability in Food Processing and Distribution, edited by Ian Smith and Anthony Furness (2006), for which I wish to thank them for their contribution to this field of research.
All of these traits, many others not mentioned, and some yet to be determined, are traits and credence attributes that comprise identity preserved products† (Golan, Krissoff, and Kuchler 2004). Third-party verification may be used to ensure credence attributes or content attributes that are difficult or costly to measure. The only way to verify the existence of these attributes is through recordkeeping that establishes their creation and preservation. Government may also require that firms producing foods with credence attributes substantiate their claims through mandatory traceability systems; for example, some governments require that firms producing organic foods verify their claims.