World Food Safety Day 2022: Wishes, Messages & Slogan

World food safety day is celebrated every year on June 7 to raise awareness about food safety and to pledge to take simple and effective steps to preserve it. The message of this day is that we all have to work together to make sure that food is safe for everyone. We all have a role to play in ensuring that our food is free from any kind of harm, from contamination to wastage. So here are some messages and slogans to keep in mind on World Food Safety Day.

When Is World Food Safety Day

This year, The Second World Food Safety Day (WFSD) Will be Observer on the 7th of June. In Back, The United Nations General Assembly in New York Adopted The Day For The First Time.

World Food Safety Day Greetings, Messages, and Wishes

  • Everyone is responsible for food safety. It’s World Food Safety Day today.
  • It is everyone’s responsibility to keep food safe. Wishing you a happy World Food Safety Day.
  • To make the food healthful and germ-free, heat it to the proper temperature.
  • Clean, cook and cover your food to keep it safe. It’s World Food Safety Day today.
  • Keep it simple with your cooking and let the flavors speak for themselves. 2022 is World Food Safety Day.
  • Humans do not consume nutrients; they consume food.
  • The pleasant meal is followed by good conversation — Geoffrey Neighbor
  • When I have less on my plate, I am a better person. — Elizabeth Gilbert
  • Decent food, in my opinion, begins with a good product. Today is World Food Safety Day. 
  • I’ll tell you who you are based on what you consume.” Brillat-Savarin, Anthelme
  • I’ll tell you who you are based on what you consume. Brillat-Savarin, Anthelme

World Best Food Safety Day Quotes

  • “Sorry, there´s no magic bullet. You gotta eat healthily and live healthy to be healthy and look healthy. End of story.” -Morgan Spurlock
  •  “We’re going to do everything possible to make sure that food safety is always paramount, and that we work with the industry as aggressively as we can to make sure that we’re paying attention to the food-safety issues.” -Mike Johanns
  • “The food that enters the mind must be watched as closely as the food that enters the body.” -Pat Buchanan
  • “Get people back into the kitchen and combat the trend toward processed food and fast food.” -Andrew Weil
  • “Sorry, there´s no magic bullet. You gotta eat healthily and live healthy to be healthy and look healthy. End of story.” -Morgan Spurlock
  • “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper.” -Adelle Davis
  • “Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food.” -Hippocrates
  • “Food safety involves everybody in the food chain.” -Mike Johanns

World Food Safety Day Messages

This is a reminder that World Food Safety Day is coming up on June 7th. It’s a day dedicated to making the world a better and healthier place. This special day is dedicated to one of life’s most fundamental necessities: food. Those who live in the West tend to take food safety for granted. But if you think of just a few things, you might find yourself quite surprised about how many lives can be ruined by eating something that’s not what it claims to be.

A lack of awareness and understanding among consumers has led us into this situation: People are suddenly discovering their bodies cannot seem to tolerate a lot of foods they thought healthy. How did we get here? Some might say it’s because of the high-pressure, fast-food industry that opened all around us. But other people might blame genetically modified foods and irradiated food on our supermarket shelves.

I’m sure there are many reasons behind this situation and it is not an exaggeration to say that everyone who eats food must think about World Food Safety Day when they buy it – if only because they intend to eat the whole thing themselves anyway.

I myself live a healthy lifestyle composed of 3 balanced meals a day with lots of greens, fruit from the supermarket or backyard greenhouses, and fresh grinds. But when I examine my favorite fruits and vegetables in order to figure out what is best for me, I end up thinking: “could it have been irradiated? Or GMO?” If so, then avoiding them isn’t really an option. It’s just not one; at least 100% organic would achieve that! Anyway,

World Food Safety Day Greetings

To all living beings, deep within the Earth and underwater.

Especially to those who call our planet home: Nature herself calls for a change.

One person every 10 seconds dies of malnutrition or starvation because his/her diet is not sufficient enough – many people even die that way each day in hundreds of countries across the world.

There are up to 2 million cases that occur annually; an average loss in life expectancy per year is about 60 years. We may still be able to save many lives, but we must act quickly in order not to become as responsible for a global menace as nuclear weapons – yet World Food Safety Day certainly is growing into that.

Let’s think about it from another angle. Nature gave us life and animals ate their fruits properly when they were the only way for them to get enough nutrients and food. In those days there was no agriculture or domestication; man chased his food with dogs and took from nature what he needed. Modern man no longer eats natural foods; they cook them, which means that many cases are caused by eating the wrong food – without realizing it! Many people also lack enough vitamins because in the EU you can’t sell a carrot above 20 days old.

Due to this practice, we’ve obtained genetically modified foods – not only do they look very similar to real ones but when our bodies don’t recognize them for what they really are, our layers won’t excrete the poisonous chemicals properly. Only a fraction of us can digest them and only a minority actually needs that most nowadays; quality foods aren’t such as to become necessary – especially when prices go down with each “new” product on your table.

So there have been genetically modified organisms everywhere ever since World Food Safety Day was born in 1963. So you wonder “why don’t we stop.

Conclusion

Food safety is a top priority for us and that’s why World Food Safety Day is so important. To mark the occasion, we’ve compiled a list of messages and slogans that we believe are worth quoting. We hope that this will sensitize people to the importance of food safety and help them make informed choices when it comes to what they eat. As always, if you have any thoughts or ideas about food safety, feel free to leave a comment below.

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