Dec 12-13, 2023    Paris, France
7th International Conference on

Food Safety and Security


Global Food Safety Market Trends and R&D

Global Food Safety Testing Market, By Testing Type (Allergen Testing, Pathogens Testing, GMO Testing, Mycotoxins Testing, Nutritional Labelling, Heavy Metals Testing, Pesticides Testing, Organic Contaminants Testing, Others), Technology (Culture Media, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Immunoassay, Chromatography, Biochip/Biosensor, Microarrays, Flow Cytometry, Others), Food Categories (Meat and Meat Products, Egg and Poultry Products, Fish and Seafood, Bakery Products, Cereals, Grains and Pulses, Tea and Coffee, Herbs and Spices, Beverages, Fruits and Vegetables, Milk and Dairy Products, Honey, Nuts and Dried Fruits, Convenience Foods, Baby Food, Tobacco, Others) – Industry Trends and Forecast to 2029.

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Food Safety Market Analysis:

The food and beverage sector has seen significant changes in recent decades as a result of two key factors: changing consumer preferences and technological improvements. Food safety, cleanliness, and other food quality indicators are currently receiving much attention. This trend is anticipated to continue in the next years as consumers become more conscious of food safety and quality and the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthermore, new technologies and food safety concepts and norms are likely to play a critical role in revolutionizing the food safety sphere in the coming years. Food testing and analysis are critical components of the food safety ecosystem because they ensure that food is safe to eat. In the food sector, it is an important and inevitable factor.

Data Bridge Market Research analyses that the food safety testing market was valued at USD 19.5 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 32.03 billion by 2029, registering a CAGR of 6.40% during the forecast period of 2022 to 2029. The market report curated by the Data Bridge Market Research team includes in-depth expert analysis, import/export analysis, pricing analysis, production consumption analysis, patent analysis and consumer behaviour.

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Food Safety

Food safety refers to routines in the preparation, handling and storage of food meant to prevent foodborne illness and injury. Safe food handling practices and procedures are thus implemented at every stage of the food production life cycle in order to curb these risks and prevent harm to consumer

Food Science and Nutrition

Food Science is the basic science and applied science of food; its scope starts at overlap with agricultural science and nutritional science and leads through the scientific aspects of food safety and food processing, informing the development of food technology.

Food Production and Packing System

A Food System is all processes and infrastructure involved in satisfying a population's food security, that is, the gathering/catching, growing, harvesting (production aspects), storing, processing, packaging, transporting, marketing, and consuming of food, and disposing of food waste (non-production aspects). 

Food Preservation and Quality System

Food Preservation is one of the most important inseparable parts of human life and the process of treating and handling food in such a way as to stop or greatly slow down spoilage and prevent foodborne illness while maintaining nutritional value, texture and flavour.

Food Quality or Meal Quality is the quality characteristics of food that is acceptable to consumers. This includes external factors as appearance (size, shape, colour, gloss, and consistency), texture, and flavour; factors such as federal grade standards (e.g. of eggs) and internal (chemical, physical, microbial).

New Developments in Food Industry

The Food Industry is a complex, global network of diverse businesses that supplies most of the food consumed by the world's population.The term food industries covers a series of industrial activities directed at the production, distribution, processing, conversion, preparation, preservation, transport, certification and packaging of foodstuffs. T

The recent developments that have been adopted by the food industry include: Extrusion cookers are being used to prepare an assorted range of snack foods using multigrain.Use of biotechnology. Golden rice made using genetic technology is an example of value-added rice rich in β-carotene (thus vitamin A) and iron

Nutritional Value & Quality of Foods

Nutritional value or nutritive value as part of food quality is the measure of a well-balanced ratio of the essential nutrients carbohydrates, fat, protein, minerals, and vitamins in items of food or diet in relation to the nutrient requirements of their consumer. High-quality foods include unrefined, minimally processed foods such as vegetables and fruits, whole grains, healthy fats and healthy sources of protein – the foods recommended in the Healthy Eating Plate

Nutrition & Metabolism

The areas of interest for Nutrition & Metabolism encompass studies in molecular nutrition in the context of obesity, diabetes, lipedemias, metabolic syndrome and exercise physiology. Manuscripts related to molecular, cellular and human metabolism, nutrient sensing and nutrient–gene interactions are also in interest, as are submissions that have employed new and innovative strategies like metabolomics/lipidomics or other omic-based biomarkers to predict nutritional status and metabolic diseases.

Food Processing & Technology

Food process may be a series of unit operations to convert unprocessed food-to-foodstuffs with a protracted amount of your time and modify storage that revoke or reduces time or effort spent in preparation procedures for increased consumption. 

Food Safety Management System

A FSMS is a systematic approach to controlling food safety hazards within a food business in order to ensure that food is safe to eat. All businesses are required to put in place, implement and maintain a FSMS based on the principles of “Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point” (HACCP).

  • Food Agribusiness Management.
  • Food Laboratory Practice.
  • HACCP implementation, Hazards and Risks
  • Role of Management in FSMS in a Food Industries
  • Case Studies.

Food Poisoning

Food poisoning is when someone gets sick from eating food or drink that has gone bad or is contaminated.There are two kinds of food poisoning: poisoning by toxic agent or by infectious agent. Food infection is when the food contains bacteria or other microbes which infect the body after it is eaten. Food intoxication is when the food contains toxins, including bacterially produced exotoxins, which can happen even when the microbe that produced the toxin is no longer present or able to cause infection. Even though it is commonly called "food poisoning", most cases are caused by a variety of pathogenic bacteria, viruses, prions or parasites that contaminate food, rather than chemical or natural toxins which are what we usually call poison. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 76 million people in the United States become ill from the food they eat, and about 5,000 of them die every year.

  • Nausea.
  • Abdominal pain.
  • Vomitings & diarrhea.
  • Gastroenteritis.
  • Fever, pain in the head or fatigue.

Food borne Diseases

Foodborne diseases (also foodborne illness and colloquially referred to as food poisoning) is any illness resulting from the spoilage of contaminated food, pathogenic bacteria, viruses, or parasites that contaminate food, as well as prions (the agents of "mad cow disease"), and toxins such as aflatoxins in peanuts, poisonous mushrooms, and various species of beans that have not been boiled for at least 10 minutes.

Symptoms vary depending on the cause, and are described below in this article. A few broad generalizations can be made. For contaminants requiring an incubation period, symptoms may not manifest for hours to days, depending on the cause and on quantity of consumption. Longer incubation periods tend to cause sufferers to not associate the symptoms with the item consumed, so they may misattribute the symptoms to gastroenteritis.

  • Agricultural Chemicals.
  • Climate Change.
  • Contaminated Food.

Food Safety in Retail Foods

FDA guidelines for retail stores and other food handling businesses are to implement control measures in all phases of the operation, including: Prevention of cross-contamination of ready-to-eat food or clean and sanitised food-contact surfaces with soiled cutting boards, utensils, aprons, etc., or raw animal foods.

  • Food allergen awareness.
  • Food handler and food handler essentials.
  • Food protection.

Food Safety and Public Health

It is critical to maintain food safety during processing, packaging, storage, logistics (including cold chain), sale, and use. Conformance to applicable regulations is mandatory. Some are country specific such as the US Food and Drug Administration and the US Department of Agriculture; others are regional such as the European Food Safety Authority. Certification programs such as the Global Food Safety Initiative are sometimes used. Food packaging considerations may include: use of hazard analysis and critical control points, verification and validation protocols, Good manufacturing practices, use of an effective quality management system, track and trace systems, and requirements for label content. Special food contact materials are used when the package is in direct contact with the food product. Depending on the packaging operation and the food, packaging machinery often needs specified daily wash-down and cleaning procedures.

Health risks of materials and chemicals used in food packaging need to be carefully controlled. Carcinogens, toxic chemicals, mutagens etc. need to be eliminated from food contact and potential migration into foods. Besides these, the consumers need to be aware of certain chemical products that are packaged exactly like food products to attract them. Most of them have pictures of fruits and the containers also resemble food packages. However, they can get consumed by kids or careless adults which can lead to poisoning.

  • Food additives &Safety Digests.
  • Antimicrobial resistance.
  • Dioxins and their effects on human health.
  • Arsenic.
  • Databases.
  • Antibiotic resistance.
  • Botulism.
  • Diarrhoeal disease & Salmonella (non-typhoidal).
  • Dioxins and their effects on human health.
  • Listeriosis & Mycotoxins.
  • Natural toxins in food.
  • Pesticide residues in food.

Environmental and Climate Impacts on Food Security.

Climate change affects agriculture and food production in complex ways. It affects food production directly through changes in agro-ecological conditions and indirectly by affecting growth and distribution of incomes. The main concern about climate change and food security is that changing climatic conditions can initiate a vicious circle where infectious disease causes or compounds hunger, which, in turn, makes the affected population more susceptible to infectious disease. Essentially all manifestations of climate change, be they drought, higher temperatures, or heavy rainfalls have an impact on the disease pressure, and there is growing evidence that these changes affect food safety and food security. the aim of organizing the Food security conferences,Food security meetings,Food security events is to provide exposure to technologies, government / institutional assistance, increase international tie-ups and to provide knowledge about recent trends in food sector though this Food security conference.

Food Waste

An overhaul of the agricultural sector will be necessary to sustain recent high levels of economic growth in the least developed countries and to tackle chronic malnutrition. As cities expand, so do the food needs of urban families. The situation of the urban poor is precarious in the present condition of volatile food prices and the financial, fuel and economic crises. Urban policies need to incorporate Food security considerations and focus more on building cities that are more resilient to crises. Developing local value chains for food and nutrition security is an important task. It focuses efforts on strengthening capacities of local food producers and business to supply more food to domestic and tourist markets to meet demands for a balanced and nutritious diet and to reduce food and feed imports. Exposure to technologies, government / institutional assistance, increase international tie-ups and to provide knowledge about recent trends in food science sector is the aim of organizing these types of Food security conferences, Food security meetings, and Food security events. 

  • Food Security.
  • The Security of Water.
  • Food energy and Livability of Cities.
  • The Social Dynamics of Food Security.
  •  Anthropology of Food.
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