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Belfast Summit on Global Food Integrity

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Belfast Summit on Global Food Integrity

Belfast Summit on Global Food Integrity

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Thu, 11 January 2018

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From 17:00pm to 15:00pm

From: Monday 28th May 2018 After May 28, 2018 Until: Thursday 31st May 2018
Belfast Waterfront
  • From 17:00pm to 15:00pm
  • 2 Lanyon Place , Belfast , BT1 3WH , Ireland
  • +44 161 209 3354
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3 Day International Summit and Exhibition in Belfast to discuss, debate and provide leadership on tackling a range of serious challenges that face the integrity of our global food supply system.

ASSET 2018 will bring together representatives from international and governmental agencies, the academic and industrial research community, non-governmental organisations and the commercial and technical leaders in the food industry and its supply chain to discuss, debate and provide leadership on tackling a range of serious challenges that face the integrity of our global food supply system.

The Summit will feature a number of high level strategic presentations on key issues by internationally recognised leaders. It will also place a firm emphasis on harnessing the collective knowledge and experience of the delegates to address these challenges through the formulation of policy recommendations to governments and a Summit communique.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organisations (FAO) of the United Nations, amongst a spectrum of respected commentators, the global food chain is under continued threat from an alarming increase in the number of outbreaks of animal/plant pests and diseases, and also food safety events. Such challenges are, to a degree, indicative of an erosion of the integrity of the global food chain, which in itself is a consequence of the knock-on effects of rapid human population growth and urbanisation, along with the resultant pressures on finite resources. The food security challenge is also linked to broader public policy matters such as climate change, increased pollution, environmental degradation and loss of biodiversity, as well as cultural, social, political and demographic changes. It may even be a contributory factor in many past and current conflicts. There can be no global food security without global nutritional security as this impacts on the health and wellbeing of a growing world population.

Opportunities for highlighting the proceedings of the Summit will be exploited including the technical and commercial press, social and digital media, internet, and leading scientific journals.


Early Bird Standard Registration: GBP 525
Early Bird Student Registration: GBP 300
Early Bird EU Consortium: GBP 400
Standard Registration (after 14th March) : GBP 655
Standard Registration (after 14th March) - Student Rate: GBP 405
Standard Registration (after 14th March) - EU Consortium: GBP 505

Speakers: DR AMY KIRCHER Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI) Minnesota USA, PROFESSOR JORGEN SCHLUNDT Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore, DR ELLEN DE BRABANDER PepsiCo HQ New York City, PROFESSOR CORINNA HAWKES City University of London, DUNCAN WILLIAMSON WWF (UK), PROFESSOR MICHEL NIELEN RIKILT Wageningen University and Research Centre, and many more...

Category : Conferences | Engineering and Technology | Food Technology

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