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Accepted Standard reference materials, sampling procedures, validated tests and quality systems need to be adopted for global food safety demands. Conclusion The need for adoption of plant biotechnological methods for augmenting food quantity and quality is increasingly being felt since the demands are not being met by traditional technologies alone. The increasing population pressures and rapid urbanisation has resulted in a decrease in cultivable land, hence there is no option but to increase unit area productivity to meet the demands.

The aspects of quality of food for various needs from paediatrics to geriatrics and for life style related issues have boosted the functional food industry. The advancement in science and applications of plant biotechnology is bound to make an impact on agricultural productivity and food science and technology for the health and well being of the human population in the years to come. References Beyer P et al.


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