AI & predictive analytics have been recently introduced as a digital technology that may help food safety teams rapidly mitigate and early prevent food risks before they escalate into a crisis. Up to now, application scenarios have been focused on en
The background to this issue will be presented, along with
Take part in eit Food's ‘Power Hour’ live Q&A on X (formerly Twitter) using #FutureFood23 to ask experts your questions and join the conversation key topics such as food security, consumer choice, and digital innovation in the food system sre discuss
The UK's IFST have organised a free webinar "Unfit or Unsafe? Lessons Learned from Horsemeat 10 Years On", 26 September, 10.00 GMT. It is aimed at IFST Members and non-members in technical and quality management roles at all levels. The keynote spe
Since the COVID pandemic 1 hour calls on food fraud, which involved two virtual presentations on student research projects, were organised every 4-6 weeks for students at Wageningen University and Queen’s University.
The opportunity to join these low
Those who could not attend the International Association of Food Protection, Toronto, in July can now purchase recordings. It is USD150 for a recording of the entire event or USD25 per talk or session (recordings are free of charge to attendees). A
This online event is organised by Food Service Consultants International (Europe, Africa, and Middle East). The keynote speaker is Sterling Crew, FAN's Chair. The agenda includes:
- A comprehensive overview of the concepts of food fraud and food cri
This conference (here) is targeted at insurance industry professionals. The first day is focussed on food safety, fraud and recalls so will also be of interest to food industry technical professionals and regulators. It includes a panel on current
Booking is open for the latest in this series of conferences from NewFood magazine. This conference has evolved from NewFood's biennial FoodAuthenticity conference, running in the UK from 2015, and the conference output of the EU FoodIntegrity Horiz
The IAFP annual meeting will, this year, be in-person. 3,500 food safety professionals are expected to attend with topics including fraud vulnerability mitigation and food defence. Registration is still open (here). Session recordings will be avail
The 7th in BRCGS' series of "Ask the Experts" online panels is on the subject of Food Fraud and is on 29 June, 14.00 BST.
The expert panel includes FAN's Executive Director, Selvarani Elahi, and one of FAN's Advisory Board Members John Spink.
The Government Chemist Conference will take place on 20-21 June 2023 at the Royal Society of Chemistry, London as an in-person event. Remote attendance will be possible for those that cannot attend in person.
The backdrop for the conference is how cu
The purpose is to get together scientists working on food related fields, such as food chemistry, nutrition, food safety, risk assessment and food
Paul Tossell, Head of Novel foods at the Food Standards Agency, will outline why it is important to regulate CBD (Cannabidiol). Tabatha Hambidge, a Researcher at the National measurement Laboratory at LGC, will then provide an overview of the analys
This free virtual event organised by New Food Magazine and Eurofins Genomics tackles one of the most cutting-edge topics within the food and beverage industry today: genomics. It will discuss and discover how this rapidly evolving technology is chan
This free Zoom webinar panel event at 10:00-11:00 (GMT) on 7 February will discuss how food and beverage businesses can manage a crisis. A crisis can impact operations, hit the bottom line and cause significant reputational damage from which it ma
This in-person conference, which will be held in the morning or 26 January, will examine the way forward for food regulation and standards in the UK, and the evolving role of the regulators. Attendees will examine the proposals for a new food standar
FoodBioSystems Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) brings together six university partners: University of Reading, Cranfield University, University of Surrey, Queen’s University Belfast, Aberystwyth University, and Brunel University London.
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