Saturday, 4 February 2023


MoniQA is an international and interdisciplinary network of professionals from institutions working in food research, regulatory bodies and trade, providing solutions to promote a safer and secure food supply worldwide. MoniQA facilitates international research collaborations to enable services and products for food safety & quality assurance. MoniQA contributes to the development and validation of analytical methods, provides training and continuous professional development (CPD), consultancy and socio-economic impact assessment.

Food law latest is a legal and consultancy firm specialized in food, feed, and food contact material regulatory matters. With a unique mix of legal and technical experts, they proudly work at the intersection of food, law, and science, to provide clients actionable solutions, help them to navigate the complex food regulatory landscape, and orient their business strategies. is one of the best renown informative channel in the sector.  

For professionals who oppose Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), AMR Insights offers valuable information, targeted training and global networking and partnering opportunities. AMR Insights is a network-based organization committed to eliminating Antimicrobial resistance because it does not accept that millions of innocent people need to die as a result of resistant bacteria and other microorganisms.  
AMR Insights adds to curbing AMR by:  
• Informing: Information platform & E-newsletter  
• Educating: Masterclass AMR & Seminars on AMR  
• Connecting: International Matchmaking Symposia & Innovation Missions  
The AMR Insights Ambassador Network is a growing, distinctive group of professionals who stand out for their commitment, willingness to cooperate and open attitude to combat Antimicrobial resistance.      

The “International Society for Mycotoxicology”, founded in 2005 by a consortium of international experts, aims to increase scientific knowledge concerning biology, chemistry and any sciences/disciplines related to mycotoxins and toxigenic fungi, through membership networking, scientific meetings, symposia, discussions, technical courses and publications. Active participation of food chemists and technologists, plant pathologists and breeders, mycologists and fungal biologists, toxicologists and nutritionists, veterinarians and medical doctors is expected. The Society will promote research on mycotoxins and toxigenic fungi thereby leading to prevention and reduction in exposure to mycotoxins, enhanced food safety and a greater public awareness of this area. The Society is registered as a non-profit association in accordance with the Italian law from which it derives all rights as a legal entity.

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