The Third Annual China International Food Safety & Quality Conference + Expo (CIFSQ) was recently postponed due to a scheduling conflict. The conference, held yearly in Beijing, was originally planned to begin on Sept. 23, but has been postponed until Nov. 3 due to a celebration marking the 60th founding anniversary of New China, which will be celebrated with a string of performances scheduled between Sept. 23 and Oct. 5.  

According to the CIFSQ Website, the conference and expo is the largest meeting of Asia’s food industry and regulatory professionals responsible for food safety, quality assurance, inspection, testing, auditing, science, research, law, and microbiology.  Speakers include leading world food safety authorities and specialists.