Mycotoxins risk, an update
25/05/2023 - 15:00 - 17:00 GMT+2
Prof. Armando Dias Venâncio, PhD
Prof. Limbikani Matumba, PhD
Raquel C. Medeiros, PhD
Mónica Molero Monfort
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Why this event
As we learned in our past webinars about mycotoxins, we need to monitor the risk of contamination to save resources and prevent wrong decisions about raw materials.
The origin of the commodities, the weather conditions, the level of preventive measures implemented by farmers, as well as the frequency of incidents and recalls must be considered. Inspection and certification companies can prevent the import of non-compliant raw materials, but sometimes the goods maintain a level of risk, particularly now with new lower EU Maximum Limits in place or incoming.
Analytical methods, both rapid onsite and laboratory ones, are sensitive and precise, and interlaboratory variation is acceptable, but sampling and sometimes sample preparation requires a lot of resources and knowledge. Because of this, commercial litigations and even the seizure of goods can occur. Scientists worked and are still working to develop post-harvesting mitigation methods, nevertheless, mycotoxins are still one major cause of recalls and incidents.
In this webinar, you will be informed about the latest methods to prevent contaminated raw materials from entering your production process, the mitigation procedures available, the most effective techniques for collecting and preparing samples, and the recent changes in regulatory limits.
15:00 - 15:05 Introduction by Affidia Journal
15:05 - 16:25 Presentations
- "FBOs facing the challenge of new mycotoxins regulation" by TBA
- "Mitigation methods” by Prof. Armando Venancio, PhD
- "Sampling, sample preparation” by Prof. Limbikani Matumba, PhD
- "Regulatory update” by Frans Verstraete
16:25 Tech solutions on the market by the Sponsors
16:40 Q&A session
Who should attend
This webinar will provide valuable information to:
• food safety professionals;
• food technologists;
• safety and quality managers;
• food safety auditors;
• food regulatory experts;
• laboratory directors, managers, and supervisors;
• plant operations;
• production specialists;
• Food scientists.
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Participation fees and payment
regular registration 95€ (from 26.04.23)
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All prices are in Euro and do not include VAT, which will be charged when 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.
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· Online participation to the live event
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