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Food Safety Works gears to organise India Food Safety Conclave 2023 on June 23
Thursday, 11 May, 2023, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Bengaluru
Food Safety Works, a leading Food Safety consulting company with a robust footing of 12 plus years of consulting experience and conceived the India Food Safety Conclave. This is an effort towards building an ecosystem around ensuring better food safety in the country.

The conclave to be held on June 23 at the Hotel Royal Orchid, Airport Road, Domlur, Bengaluru.  There will be  industry participants, academicians, regulators and service providers meeting to discuss the issues, challenges, learnings and the future direction.

 With the goal of connecting all these dots for safer food and a safer future for India, the first edition of this conclave will be taking place in Bengaluru. This conclave will serve as an exclusive platform for practitioners, solution providers, government representatives, academicians, and thought leaders from organisations like FSSAI, CFTRI, and others in the food safety domain.

The conclave will be held under the mentorship of Dr Lalitha Gowda, retired chief scientist CSIR, Mysuru, Dr Shashikant Kunigal from CFTRI, Mysore and ex Corporate Head, Britannia) and Dr Balkumar Marthi from Delaware, ex Unilever and present dean for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at GITAM). The  inaugural address will be delivered by Dr Sridevi Annapurna Singh (director, CFTRI, Mysuru).

The one-day conclave will include a range of live discussions covering Food Safety Management Systems - Stepping Stone to a Good Food Safety Culture, Innovations in Packaging - Approaches to Improved Food Safety, Testing, validation, and verification  besides Food Regulations and Labelling.

The organisers expect  around 125 plus delegates attending the conclave. They will the opportunity to build a network. Food Safety Works has planned extensive outreach to about 1 lakh  plus food professionals through its network. This programme is open to all and interested participants can register themselves at or by contacting Food Safety Works directly, said the organisers.
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