Timely and Informative Education Sessions Planned for 2012 Food Safety Summit
Thursday, October 27th, 2011
The Food Safety Summit Executive Educational Advisory Committee (EEAC) has developed a three day conference program offering Solutions for Today, Planning for Tomorrow. The Summit will be offering full day sessions, 1/2 day workshops and dozens of 90-minute sessions being held April 17-19, 2012 in Washington, DC. There are several brand new sessions including an Industry-Foodborne Illness Investigation Training; Food Defense Workshop with the FDA; Updates on the Food Safety Modernization Act and the Reality of Meeting the Deliverables Mandated by Congress; Food Fraud: Economically Motivated Intentional Adulteration; and a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) session led by Yves Rey, Chairperson of GFSI, Corporate Quality General Manager, Danone.
"We have put several new initiatives into place for the 2012 Food Safety Summit, offering new sessions, new solutions and new workshops to address the growing need for cohesive industry information and hands-on training," said Scott Wolters, Director, Tradeshows and Conferences, BNP Media, the producers of The Food Safety Summit. "We would like to thank the industry-leading professionals who worked diligently to ensure we are addressing the most important and relevant topics for our attendees."
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