At a time when the world is experiencing growing social and political change, it’s refreshing to see stakeholders from around the world, and across the private and public sectors, come together at the Global Food Safety Conference for open discussion and collaboration. We are all working together towards a shared goal: safe food for consumers everywhere.
In the spirit of collaboration, we look forward to welcoming delegates, private companies and public sector officials from around the world. We’re excited to announce a number of new regulatory speakers have been confirmed for the conference programme.
Of particular note is Ryousuke Kouzuki, Vice-Minister For Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan. He will speak about how Japanese food culture has been the basis of food safety since early times. Below you’ll find more details on our newly-confirmed speakers and highlights from the programme.
On the blog we hear from the local team at GFSI Japan. They are excited to welcome you to Tokyo for the conference. Read more below to get a behind the scenes look at what they’ve been doing to make this year’s event a huge success.
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In a world in which the rate of technological change is growing exponentially, the role of the regulator must evolve to keep pace. As digital technologies continue to emerge and global supply chains become more complex and interdependent, the need for iterative international food safety standards is increasingly apparent. These challenges are even more pronounced in emerging markets, striving to implement international standards and meet benchmarking requirements.
Speakers include Melvin Spreij, Head of the World Trade Organisation’s Standards and Trade Development Facility (STDF), and Chair of the Codex Alimentarius Commission, Guilherme da Costa. You’ll also hear from Paul Meyers, CFIA and Dr Ostroff, US FDA.
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A core strategic objective for the Global Food Safety Initiative revolves around capability-building and the Global Markets Programme. An expert panel will provide case studies and lead a discussion on how primary production is being managed through collaborative efforts in very different ways around the world. While the emphasis may differ, the goal is still the same: safe food for consumers everywhere.
Key speakers include Mike Taylor, Former US FDA Deputy Commissioner and Jason Feeney, CEO, UK Food Standards Agency (FSA)
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Get a unique, local perspective from the local team at GFSI Japan. Our colleagues in Tokyo are working hard to put together a rich programme of events for delegates from around the world. Learn more about how to get the most from your stay and what to expect in Tokyo this March.