This on-line Conference will examine priorities and next steps for the National Food Strategy and forthcoming white paper from the Government - and legislation that is expected to follow - as well as wider key issues for the food and drink sector. It
Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent, has developed an expert discussion forum, bringing together leading global authorities on analytical approaches to food authenticity testing. In this forum you will hear our expert panellists present
MoniQA will hold a free-of-charge, virtual event on November 10 and 11. The events will take place from 2pm-4pm CET (Rome, Berlin time) / 8am-10am ET (New York time).
10 November 2020
|Cesare Varallo||Draft amendments to Reg. EC 852|
The UK Food Standards Agency and Food Standards Scotland are inviting regulators, food safety scientists, food laboratory experts, technical experts from the food industry and others to explore the issues and challenges we all face in keeping food i
This online conference on the morining of 14 July 2021 will look at the implications for UK food safety, standards and regulation, as well as the outlook for the sector, and priorities for conditions and pressures arising in future trade deals after
We all know that food safety and food authenticity can overlap, and often do, as they did in the 2015 allergens in spices issue, so for those of you with an interest in food allergens, this will be a very informative webinar about food allergen risk
As society becomes more conscious about the origin of the food that they consume, there has been an increase in the number of people choosing to go Vegan. This movement is supported by initiatives such as ‘Veganuary’, and encouraged by groups such a
NMR is one of the most powerful tools available to an analytical chemist; and enables the analyst to quantify and characterise food. In this webinar, Kevin Nott (Oxford Instruments) will introduce both time domain NMR (TD-NMR) and benchtop NMR spe
An interactive virtual event with an opportunity to learn the latest on food fraud
More details and booking here
This conference was originally scheduled to take place in June 2020 and was postponed to June 2021 as a consequence of the Covid-19 pan
Join this webinar to find out about:
- The new risks for food fraud in the supply chain due to coronavirus
- How these risks can be mitigated
- Current governmental developments and method approaches of AOAC International
- How molecular methods can signif
Bruno Sechet (Integralim) is hosting a free webinar with Selvarani Elahi (FoodAuthenticity Network) and Riccardo Siligato (European Commission) to discuss what can be done to prevent food fraud on 29 April at 16:00 (CET).
Register for the Webinar he
Established in 1856, the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) is an independent campaigning and educational charity dedicated to improving and protecting the health of people just like you – both in the United Kingdom and around the world.
Email Secretariat@cams-uk.co.uk to register.
This free online course organised by the University of East Anglia is run by Dr Kate Kemsley and covers:
- Introduction to methods of food fraud detection
- Infra-red detection of fraud in coffee
- Verifying the origins of honey using stable isotopes
This webinar on fish speciation will introduce the prevalent methods used in testing laboratories in the UK and EU, and will provide a summary of their scope and limitations.
This IFST Food Safety Group webinar will discuss the current scientific advances that are being used to mitigate the threat of food crime. It will look at some practical examples, and provide some best examples of thought leadership around this thre
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt across the world. Counterfeiting and fraud have already been seen in hand sanitisers and personal protective equipment (PPE), so it is reasonable to expect that the vulnerability of the global food
Building on the success of New Food’s Food Fraud events, now in its fourth year Food Integrity will explore some of the toughest questions the industry is facing. Leaders from the food and beverage sector will debate the challenges facing the sector
Due to an impact of covid-19 outside of our control, we are having to postpone this webinar, which was planned for 3 February to 25 March 2021. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
To the 350 people who have already registered to attend, pleas
Note: this page contains paid content.
Please, subscribe to get an access.