The 10th conference of The World Mycotoxin Forum will be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on 12-14 March 2018. The early registration discount ends on 15 December 2017.
The World Mycotoxin Forum is the leading international meeting series on mycotoxins where food and feed industry representatives meet with people from universities and governments from around the world.
The mycotoxin contamination of various crops and derived products is a global concern because it has significant implications for food and feed safety, food security, and international trade. Despite a lot of research and available interventions, mycotoxin prevention and control remain a challenge for agriculture, and for food and feed industries. Several pre- and post-harvest measures can be taken in tackling mycotoxin exposure, however, they are not fully adequate to eliminate mycotoxins from the food and feed supply chain. In addition, climate change is increasingly affecting the occurrence of mycotoxins worldwide.
Can we ever have a mycotoxin-free supply chain? The 10th conference of The World Mycotoxin Forum aims to contribute to this ultimate goal by taking mycotoxin control to the next level. The conference will offer an excellent way to network, share ideas, and formulate recommendations and conclusions on how to close knowledge gaps.
The programme has been finalised and again a great set of speakers will be present to explain the latest research and insights on mycotoxin presence, novel ways of prevention and new detection techniques. The full programme and list of speakers can be seen here.
For many years already, All About Feed is media partner of the event and will publish the Mycotoxin special edition, a magazine that will be available at the conference for all delegates. The articles that appeared in the 2016 edition can be read here. All About Feed will also be organising a dedicated webinar in the week of the World Mycotoxin Forum, which will be held in our studio in Amsterdam.
For more information to be part of this as a sponsor (with a sponsored speaker), please contact our sales managers via email@example.com.
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