This year’s annual Food Safety Summit is scheduled for May 8-11, 2023 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. The summit is a leading event in the food industry, aimed at providing solutions and educational resources to professionals at every level.

The conference features a 3-day educational program with informative sessions led by subject matter experts. Attendees can also connect with others in the industry at networking events while exploring the Exhibit Hall.

The Food Safety Summit draws key stakeholders from across the food industry, including government, regulatory bodies, and academia, as well as growers, processors, retailers, distributors, food service providers, testing laboratories and legal firms, among others.

This year’s summit will include interactive workshops that allow attendees to take a deeper dive into crucial elements of food safety. Workshops offer more time for interaction between participants and presenters, enabling a more in-depth analysis of hot topics.

The five workshops offered on Tuesday, May 9 are scheduled to be:

  • Workshop 1: “Got Root Cause?” 9 a.m. – noon
  • Workshop 2: “Developing Food Safety Leadership Skills — Building the Workforce of Tomorrow” 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Workshop 3: “Recent Advancements in Sanitation for the Prevention and Control of Food Safety Hazards” 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Workshop 4: “Looking Forward and Looking Back: How Companies Can Establish a Robust and Compliant Traceability Program” 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Workshop 5: “AI, Data Gathering, and Analysis — Are You Really Learning From Your Data?” 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.

The workshops provide attendees with an opportunity to delve deeper into current issues affecting the food industry, and to gain valuable insights from experts in the field.

The Food Safety Summit bills itself as a must-attend event for anyone involved in the food industry. It offers a wealth of educational and networking opportunities while providing practical solutions to some of the most pressing issues facing the industry today.

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