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Register for the Food Defense Management Workshop AND the Food Fraud Workshop on Wednesday, October 11, 2018 and save $50 off your total price.

Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018 | 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Due to the sweeping regulatory change brought on by the Food Safety Modernization Act, and requirements of Preventative Control rules and Global Food Safety Initiative, companies are faced with meeting new compliance requirements. This workshop is designed to help attendees become familiar with strategies for reducing the risk of food fraud, strengthening their supply chain through hands on examples using USP tools. General Guidance for Food Ingredients (GGFI) provides guidelines for developing and implementing a preventive management system to deal specifically with intentional, economically motivated fraudulent adulteration of food ingredients. It provides a qualitative, step-wise, and structured approach divided into four major steps for carrying out ingredient-by-ingredient assessments.

Attendees will be provided with:

  • Hard copies of USP’s Food Fraud Mitigation Guidance
  • General Guidance for Food Ingredients four-step process for assessments.
  • Knowledge on the current state of the industry and necessary next steps to help protect public health from the risks of adulterated food.
  • The activities and progress on food fraud initiatives in other parts of the world — most notably Europe and China.

Location
Morton-Barber Learning Center, 6827 N. High Street, Suite 10, Worthington, OH 43085.  Click here for directions.

Cost
$425 for CIFT members; $475 for non-members | SAVE when you register for the Food Defense Management Workshop on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 AND the Food Fraud Workshop and receive $50 off your total price.

Cancellation policy: No refund if seven (7) days prior; $50 cancellation fee eight (8) days or more before start of workshop. Substitutions are accepted at any time.

Instructor

Premal Bhatt

Premal Bhatt
Savour Food Safety International

Premal established robust global food safety and quality standards at United States Pharmacopeia (USP). He espoused a continuous improvement mindset in areas such as data collection and research, furthering validation studies, introducing new methods of collection and analysis, and creating reference standards. Premal was noted for independent judgment and ability to cut through differing points of view to find commonality and clear courses of action.