To ensure its continued safety, implementation of food regulations and precautions will need to increase alongside the production of food itself. Several challenges need to be overcome to maintain global food security.
“Food Safety: Global Challenges to a Safe Food Supply” will be a three-session symposium held Monday, July 21 during JAM 2014.
The emergence of campaigns such as the raw milk movement could hinder the progress of global food safety. Dr. Bhushan Jayarao, Professor in the Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences at Penn State University, will cover this topic more extensively during part one of the symposium, “Raw Milk—Is it Safe?”
“The Shift from Reaction to Prevention for Animal Feedstuffs” is the topic for part two of the symposium, presented by Dan McChesney, Office of Surveillance and Compliance, FDA/CVM.
The final session is titled, “Retailer Perspective of Food Safety in International Markets.” This features Natalie Dyenson, Senior Director of Supplier Food Safety at Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
“Food Safety: Global Challenges to a Safe Food Supply” will be held in Kansas City Convention Center in Room 2102A from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm.