Scientists, regulators, enforcement agencies, industry and policy makers are invited to join the Government Chemist on a virtual platform to discuss .. Read more future challenges in the manufacturing, packaging, retailing and testing of food that is safe and consumers can trust. The conference programme will include national and international perspectives on assuring food safety and integrity, advances and challenges in allergen testing, the use of science for improved consumer protection and much more. 23 June, Session 1: Perspectives from the UK’s Official Control System •Welcome address by the Government Chemist, Julian Braybrook •Keynote lecture - Gideon Henderson, CSA, Defra •Overniew of recent referee cases- Paul Hancock, LGC •Opportunities and challenges facing the Public Analyst Service - Jane White, Association of Public Analysts •Actions and impact of the Food Crime Unit - Darren Davies, Food Crime Unit. 23 June, Session 2: Regulation for a global market •The role of data science in achieving the objectives of the FSA - Julie Pierce, FSA •TBC - Geoff Ogle, FSS •US Perspectives on Harnessing Measurement Science to Advance Food Safety - Katrice Lippa, NIST •TBC - Hong Kong Government Chemist •The importance of company culture in assuring food safety and integrity- Fiona Humphries, BRCGS •Achieving business compliance in an international market - Ingrid Fiordaliso, McCormick. 24 June, Session 3: Science for improved health outcomes •TBC - Title and speaker to be confirmed •Current perspectives on food toxicology- Stella Cochrane, Unilever •Challenges in measuring clinical proteins and allergens - Milena Quaglia, LGC •CBD and controlled cannabinoids in consumer products - Selvarani Elahi and Christopher Hopley, LGC •Microbiome for protected status - TBC, Fera.
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