Food Traceability 2006
February 1-2 2006 (Masterclasses Jan 31, Feb 3), Dallas, Texas, USA
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This event explores the background, legislation and needs for food traceability, covering experiences from international case studies and the latest progress.
It discusses how traceability
no longer stops at the farm gate or national boundaries and how the
law is changing. It evaluates how voluntary and mandatory schemes are
best managed – from the management of vast amounts of data to
the use of old and new inputs including DNA, RFID, smart barcodes and
other technologies. At last
Those wishing to enhance their food supply chain, meet new laws and learn from others must attend this event.
"The focus of the conference is excellent" Professor James Rowe, Australian Sheep Industries CRC
"The meeting is a winner" Catherine Goldsmith, SIRA Technologies, USA
Global issues - global speakers
During the conference there are presentations from representatives from the US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Norway, Austria, Brazil, Australia and East Asia to set a truly global scene. Key speakers from relevant US Government departments and US practitioners are also presenting. Speakers include:
Plus many other presentations by world leaders in the subject. Click here for the full agenda.
Additional benefits of attending
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Four participative optional Masterclasses will teach aspects of the subject - two on 31 January and two on 3 February. They are given by world renowned experts from IDTechEx, LFI and elsewhere. The subjects and leading tutors will be