Q. The “Codex Alimentarius Commission” is associated with which of the following institution?
Explanation: The Codex Alimentarius Commission established by FAO and WHO is an international food standard setting body.
- It has recently adopted three Codex standards for black, white and green pepper, cumin and thyme owing to India’s efforts to benchmark global spices trade.
- With the adoption of codex standards, spices have been included for the first time as commodities that will have universal standards.