Exploring how to keep NZ food exports safe

Food processors, exporters and producers have days left to secure early bird places at Food Integrity  2017, the conference exploring how to keep New Zealand’s food exports safe.

The two-day conference on Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 June at the Crowne Plaza in Auckland brings together international food experts to help local companies navigate the complex international food export market place, assisting them to understand the risks and mitigate against them.

International speakers include; leading global food safety litigator, William Marler from the United States; Asia Pacific Centre for Food Integrity director, Dr Helen Darling; specialist on  Chinese food safety, chair of Goke Agricultural Machinery and Yimu Technology, Li Wei; issues management expert, Jordan Small; editor in chief of the China Food Safety Magazine, Kevin Wang; trademark strategist, John Hackett of AJ Park and expert in corporate sustainability, Bernadett Limgenco.

Food Integrity 2017 Is being followed by a one day Professional Intentional Food Adulteration Course. The course will be run by Food Protection & Defense Institute, a US Homeland Security Centre of Excellence. It will help food producers develop strategies to guard against acts intended to cause wide-scale harm to their consumers and ruin brand reputation.

The 2017 Food Integrity Conference is presented in association with AJ Park, one of Australasia’s leading intellectual property law firms.

For more information/registration and programme details see www.foodintegrityconference.com.

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