Registrations for the second annual Meals Security Summit South Africa, set for June 8-9, are open and an invite is prolonged to all meals security professionals to affix the digital occasion.
Delegates can register for one or each days. Early hen charges apply till April 30. There are additionally sponsorship alternatives that embrace talking slots for sponsors to showcase their providers and provides.
The Meals Security Summit 2021 is a group effort between Anelich Consulting and Meals Focus. The theme for this yr’s summit is “Teaming up for secure meals now for a wholesome tomorrow.”
The inaugural Meals Security Summit South Africa in 2020 targeted on classes realized through the world COVID pandemic. This yr, although the pandemic remains to be prime of thoughts, it’s important that spotlight is paid to the meals issues of safety dealing with the meals trade globally, based on occasion organizers.
“Our speaker line-up as soon as once more consists of a few of the most well-respected meals security professionals nationally and internationally,” mentioned professor Lucia Anelich from Anelich Consulting, Summit co-organizer and speaker.
“We’re focussing on all forms of meals security hazards, together with mycotoxins, a wide range of organic hazards, allergens, environmental monitoring, reuse of water within the meals trade, meals fraud, meals security tradition, and extra.”
Based on Linda Jackson of Meals Focus, one of many co-organizers, this system this yr, ensures extra sensible interplay with the delegates, for instance, on hazards vs. dangers and meals security tradition, a number of roundtable discussions and ample query time, in addition to larger ease of use on the digital platform.
The summit is aimed toward meals security managers/professionals, meals scientists, meals technologists, threat managers, meals science/meals expertise college students (particular scholar charges apply), high quality management managers, high quality assurance managers, regulators and anybody working within the meals trade.
For extra particulars or to register, please go to www.foodsafetysummit.co.za.
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