Mycotoxins in the Food Chain


Date
07/10/2021 - 11:30 GMT+2
08/10/2021 - 11:30 GMT+2

Chairman
Roland E. Poms, PhD, Prof.

Speakers
Anton Alldrick, PhD
Thomas Bessaire, MSc
Sarah de Saeger, PhD, Prof.
Naresh Magan, PhD, Prof.
Michela Menicagli, MSc
Gianluca Nurra, MSc
Maurizio Paleologo, MSc
Michael Walker, PhD

To see the video you have to be logged in to affidiajournal.com
and fully registered to Affidia Journal’s Workshop

“Mycotoxins in the Food Chain”

Gold sponsors

Silver sponsors

The contamination of food and feed with mycotoxins is a global threat to food safety and has great public health and economic significance.    

Affidia - The Journal of Food Diagnostics is offering a two-day event: a workshop with totally independent content!      

webinar  online workshop – great content that goes the extra mile  
Totally independent – ZERO sponsor presentations, 100% independent contents  
Know what to expect – presentations and materials will be available before the event  
Be active – send your questions in advance  
Recorded video – if you miss the live event visit affidiajournal.com and watch it on demand    

We have invited several great speakers to provide insight into the analytical and technical issues involved in mycotoxin contamination in the food industry and trade.     

Day 1 - 7 October 2021, 11:30-13:30 CEST: Risk assessment and management  

Moderator: Prof. Roland Poms, PhDIU International University of Applied Sciences (Germany)    

Mycotoxins, an important food safety risk.    
Prof. Sarah de Saeger, PhDUniversity of Ghent (Belgium)    

The impact of climate change: Prevention and remediation with case histories (B1/M1, DON, ochratoxin, etc.). 
Prof. Naresh Magan, PhDCranfield University (United Kingdom)    

Certification of commodities in relation to mycotoxin contamination: Inspections and testing.  
Michela MenicagliCometec Group Srl (Italy)    

Experiences from food grains traders.
Gianluca Nurra Coceral (Belgium)    

Day 2 - 8 October 2021, 11:30-13:30 CEST: All about testing  

Moderator: Prof. Roland Poms, PhDIU International University of Applied Sciences (Germany)    

All about mycotoxins testing: from sampling issues to test certificate interpretation.  
Anton Alldrick, PhDprev. Campden BRI (United Kingdom)    

Field tests: when and how it is possible and beneficial to use on-site rapid methods.   
Maurizio PaleologoAffidia Srl SB (Italy)    

Multiple Determination of Mycotoxyns in Food by LC-MS/MS - CEN Interlaboratory Validation.  
Thomas BessaireNestlè Research Center (Switzerland)    

Test reliability and managing non-compliant results.    
Prof. Michael Walker, PhDQueen’s University (United Kingdom)    

Each day after the speakers’ presentations there will be a panel discussion and a Q&A session during which the experts will respond to questions submitted by participants.    

Who should attend?  
- Quality assurance and food safety managers in the food, beverage, and feed industries  
- Traders of high-risk commodities (e.g. spices, grains, dry fruits, nuts)  
- Food safety auditors  
- Research and development staff and regulatory team members  
- Master’s and PhD students (who focus on food safety issues and risk management)  
- Advisors that support the food, beverage, and feed industries in managing mycotoxin risk.    

We hope for your interest in this topic and this event and we would like to invite you to take part in Affidia’s workshop on 7 and 8 October 2021, 11:30-13:30 CEST (Rome, Berlin time).  

Participation fee and payment  
- Professionals: two days 50€, single day 30€  
- Students (Master/PhD) and those who obtained the title less than 12 months ago: 5€*  
All prices are in Euro and do not include VAT, which will be charged where appropriate. Private individuals: VAT 22%, whether EU or non-EU residents. Companies: VAT 22% if Italian companies; VAT not applicable if EU companies (art. 7 -ter -D.P.R. 633/72, Reverse Charge) or non-EU companies (art. 7 -ter -D.P.R. 633/72). Professionals with VAT number: same provisions as for companies.  
*must present a certificate attesting such status      

The participation fee includes:  
• Access to all presentations and materials before the event  
• Online participation in live event  
• Access to the recorded version of the event  
• E-Certificate for participation     

Payment should be done by credit card (VISA, MasterCard, and Maestro). Exceptionally, we also accept payment by bank transfer; however, the payment deadline in this case should be ideally September 30, 2021. All bank charges and commissions are paid by the participants.                

Invoices will be sent via email as PDF attachments. In order to receive an invoice on behalf of a company or organization you must state this in the registration form. If the bank transfer originates from a personal account, it is not possible to issue an invoice to a company or organization afterwards.             

Bank details for transfers in Euro (EUR)  
Recipient: Affidia Srl SB  
Recipient address: Area Science Park, Padriciano 99, 34149, Trieste, Italy  
Bank name: CREDIT AGRICOLE / FRULADRIA  
Bank address: VIA MAZZINI 7 – 34121 TRIESTE  
IBAN: IT27R0533602207000040968919  
BIC / SWIFT: BPPNIT2P171    

For any questions about the workshop, contact us at: [email protected]  
In order to know about sponsorship opportunities, contact us at: [email protected]
For any query about payments or invoices, contact us at: [email protected]

.