Food Security Management Models: Global And National Experience

Abstract

Food security should be considered on a global scale from the point of view of the possibility of providing the population with food in accordance with physiologically grounded norms. At present, with the emergence of new threats to food security, there is an exacerbation of the traditional factors of the population's vital activity, which form negative conditions in the economic and social sphere of a number of countries. In this regard, the presence of food security problems in Russia should be viewed from the standpoint of economic security. The article provides a number of characteristics of the main food safety management models. The features of ensuring food security in the world integration community are revealed. Particular attention is paid to the assessment of food safety management systems, taking into account international experience and a number of problems of the Russian national market. The study carried out by the authors indicates that a detailed and qualitative revision of food security management models at the national level of the Russian Federation is necessary, taking into account the amendments to world experience in order to increase the efficiency of the country's agro-industrial sector. The methodology proposed by the author of crossing the experience of national and world management will strengthen the position of the Russian Federation in the world food market.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.7

Online ISSN

2357-1330