27. maj 2019
The Danish Insect Network (DIN) within INBIOM has joined forces with the International Platform of Insects for Food and Feed (IPIFF) and invites you to a joint conference, taking place on the 27th of May in Copenhagen.
The objective of this workshop is to give an introduction to the EU food and feed safety rules that are relevant to the activities of insect producers, as well as to offer insights into the IPIFF Guide on Good Hygiene Practices.
Targeted at insect producing companies established in Europe, this event also aims to foster cooperation between operators from our sector and EU and/or national control authorities in order to facilitate the implementation of EU food and feed safety objectives.
So come join us for an interesting day, learn more about the new guidelines and network with leading stakeholders from across the European insect industry.
The agenda (draft) is:
Registration: 12.30 - 13.00
Introduction and welcome: 13.00 – 13:30
Session 1: Keynote speeches - 13:30 – 15:15
Moderator: Jacob Mogensen (INBIOM & DIN Secretariat leader)
15:15 – 15:40 Coffee break
Session 2: IPIFF Guide on Good Hygiene Practices: guidance for insect producers to implement EU food and feed safety requirements ‘on the ground’ - 15:40 – 18:30
Moderator: Mr Tarique Arsiwalla (IPIFF Executive Committee Member in charge of communication activities)
17:00 – 17:20 Coffee break
The number of participants is limited - so make sure to register to get your seat at this unique event.
After the workshop, a social dinner (at own expenses) will be organized at a local Copenhagen restaurant. This is a good opportunity to further develop the international relations within the sector. Please indicate if you want to participate in the dinner by leaving a comment in "Note" field.
Registration is free for DIN members - Price for non DIN members is 380 Euros.
Landbrug & Fødevarer, Axeltorv 3, 1609 København, DanmarkPris
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Workshop on Good Hygiene Practices in insect production