The new Codex website launches today with a clean, clear user experience and a range of new features. The website is the home for all Codex work.
You will find dedicated thematic pages that highlight the broad scope of the Codex programme in areas such as contaminants, nutrition, antimicrobial resistance and biotechnology, allowing new visitors to begin to understand the work and impact of the food safety standards Codex develops.
Six new regional web pages have been designed to promote specific Codex activities taking place locally from the South West Pacific through Asia, Africa, Europe, the Near East and on to Latin America and the Caribbean.
A redesigned meetings page shows upcoming sessions at a glance. The archives contain the complete history of meetings and a new timeline traces the birth and development of the Codex Alimentarius Commission.
Newly designed and easier to use search tools allow users to navigate standards – all available free online in six languages. Publications have a new home and can be downloaded directly from the website.
The site is fully compatible with smartphones and tablets and these and other features will be continuously monitored and upgraded to ensure information on Codex is available when and how you need it.
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