The age of food delivery has arrived and it is changing the food service sector as never before. While providing great commercial opportunity, it has also introduced challenges to the way food is produced, packaged and delivered.
On 27th March I’ll be speaking at the 1st Food on the Move Conference, at the stunning Barbican Center, London.
My speech (2 pm) will be focused on legal obligations of food delivery businesses and how to mitigate the risks related to food safety and bad media exposure.
You can see here the full program: more than 50 thought leaders and innovators will address all the challenges and developments for food delivery operators: from food safety to packaging, from sustainability to new technologies and equipments.
And you can still subscribe at the following link: https://foodonthemove.today/tickets/
You can follow the conference on social media:
Twitter – @foodonthemoveto
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Food-on-the-Move-Today-405773253331292/
LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/food-on-the-move-today/
I will be in London until 29th March in the morning, in case you’d like to meet and share a coffee.
Michigan State University Food Regulation in Latin America
course will be available online in Spanish and in English for Fall 2018 semester, starting on 29th August 2019.
I joined the IFLR team
as guest instructor and I will lead 2 modules of the program on WTO and international standards. I am most honored and deeply grateful to Neal Fortin
and Kris DeAngelo
for giving me this great opportunity.
Brand-new course is perfect for students throughout the world who either prefer Spanish or who were previously unable to take our course due to the language barrier.
This course is designed also for working professionals and presents current food issues, laws and regulations that impact Latin America. Food law topics including risk assessment, risk management, risk communication, food safety, international trade, and international entities such as FAO/WHO, WTO, and Codex Alimentarius will be highlighted.
In addition, detailed market specific information regarding labeling, additives, claims, and adulteration in Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Brazil as well as various Central American and Caribbean countries will be presented.
We are now completing the rosters and for the earliest subscribers to the Spanish taught version will be available a discount on tuition fees, mentioning that you are Food Law Latest readers.
Write to IFLR@msu.edu for details on the program and tuition fees.
See you online!