Symposium Food Safety in the Food Industry and Food Services.
San José, Costa Rica
November 6, 2018 – November 7, 2018
8:00 am – 11:30 am
Hotel Barceló San José Palacio
Unhealthy foods are related to the death of about 2 million people a year, affects people of all ages, particularly children under five years and those who live in the less developed regions of the world, cause more than 200 diseases, ranging from diarrhea to cancer, becoming one of the greatest health hazards worldwide, this situation also generates high costs for medical care and loss of productivity.
By the shown; In order to involve and strengthen the participation of producers, industry and other key actors, in the adoption of good practices of production, preparation and collection of food, our country celebrates for the second time from November 5 to 9, 2018, the National Week of Food Safety, with the slogan: “Safe food for consumers around the world, anytime, anywhere”.
For this occasion, and as part of the cooperation agreement between both entities, the Risk Analysis and Biotechnology Committee of ILSI Mesoamerica will support the activity with the development of the Food Safety Symposium in the Food Industry and Food Services.
Investment: includes food and participation certificate
- $ 110 general admission.
Information about forms of payment and registration process: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eng. Catalina Chaves
Consultant in Food Partners in safety, quality and development for the food industry and food services
PhD. Fernando Sampedro.
Ph.D. in Food Technology. Professor at the Center for Animal Health and Food Safety, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, St Paul University of Minnesota, USA.
Dr. Fernando Sampedro.
Founder of the company Food Partners. Consultant in security, production, development and innovation; quality management and food safety.