7th International Symposium on Food Packaging – Scientific Developments Supporting Safety and Innovation.
Background & Objectives
The ILSI Europe International Symposia on Food Packaging are held every four years and are internationally recognised as a scientific forum to discuss the science that ensures the safety and quality of food packaging. The 7th symposium will be held in November 2020 emphasising the innovations in the area of food packaging.
Main topics for this 7th edition are:
1. Advances in analytical techniques
2. Progress in toxicological prediction and assessment
3. Progress in risk assessment
4. FCMs in circular economy
The participants will review and debate recent advances in the science which supports the demonstration of the safety, quality and innovation of food packaging. In addition, dissemination of results of on-going research will be combined with examining the implications for the future of controlling packaging for foodstuffs.
Dr. Emma Bradley is part of the organising and scientific committee and is an analytical chemist by training leading a team of 120 scientists here at Fera, working on food integrity and safety. She has more than 18 years of experience in the analysis of chemical contaminants in foods and specifically chemical migration from food contact materials and articles. Learn more about Emma here.
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