The Food Safety Summit’s Educational Advisory Board, which consists of experts from diverse backgrounds including manufacturing, consulting, regulatory agencies, academia, foodservice and more, has prepared an education program for the 2022 Food Safety Summit.
The 2022 Food Safety Summit will be returning in-person to Rosemont, IL, May 9-12, 2022. The summit had gone to virtual presentations during the initial phases of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The education board is constantly analyzing the needs of food safety professionals and others in the food safety arena looking ahead to what’s next in food safety. Attendees receive essential education on emerging threats and contaminants; the latest solutions and technologies; practical business solutions; audit preparedness; and more
Attendees will gain critical insights from leading experts on topics such as:
- Covid’s Lasting Impact
- Food Safety Culture
- Working with Regulators
- Internal Audits
- High Profile Recalls
- Technology Enabled Traceability
- Supply Chain Management
The full agenda can be viewed here.
The 2020 virtual event attracted more than 1,300 food safety professionals including attendees from companies such as Walt Disney, Coca-Cola, Publix Supermarkets, The Kraft Heinz Company, Blue Bell Creameries, Costco, and many others, as well as experts from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Center for Disease Control (CDC) and other state and local regulatory organizations.
The 2022 Food Safety Summit is scheduled for May 9 to 12 in Rosemont, IL. The Food Safety Summit is the largest solutions-based conference and expo for the food industry in North America and explores the most critical food safety issues facing the food industry today. The summit agenda will feature an extensive line-up of educational seminars, high-level industry and government speakers, hands-on workshops, certification courses, networking events and a large exhibition floor.
Those interested in attending the conference can register here.
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