HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Valencia, Spain or Virtually from your home or work.
September 11-13, 2023 | Valencia, Spain

Welcome Message

Welcome Message

Dermatology conference

Yours Sincerely
Maria Jesus Villasenor Llerena
Castilla- La Mancha University

5th Edition of Euro-Global Conference on Food Science and Technology (FAT 2023)

Dear Colleagues and Friends, on behalf of the Scientific and Organizing Committees of the 5th Edition of Euro-Global Conference on Food Science and Technology (FAT 2023), it is our huge delight to welcome all of you. We are honored to have the chance to bring together internationally relevant scientists, young researchers, students, and diverse professionals working into fields of food and beverage science and technology. This date will be a  three-day hybrid event including oral and poster presentations, as well as debates and information exchanges on challenging topics such as Food Nanotechnology, Food Colloids and Polymers, Advanced Research and Trends among other emerging technological and scientific areas to achieve competitive and innovative solutions. Thus, our main interest is to develop a scientific event that strengthens and combines the  experiences of experts from academia and industry with the aim to stimulate debates, foster collaborations, and expand our related knowledge to improve the food sector. We wish you a successful experience in the congress!

Welcome Message

Food Science Conferences

Yours Sincerely
Surendra singh
Banaras Hindu University

5th Edition of Euro-Global Conference on Food Science and Technology | Hybrid Event

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you all to this important euro-global conference of FAT2023. Soil influences human health in a variety of ways, with human health being linked to the health of the soil. As the world’s population increases issues of food security become more pressing, as does the need to sustain soil fertility and minimize its degradation. Almost all the essential plant nutrients are critical to the quality of plant-based food, which serves as the main source of dietary intake for human. There are several adverse health affects that can arise from nutrient deficiencies in soils. Sulphur, Iron and Zinc deficiencies are probably the most common example Lack of adequate food and food of poor nutritional quality lead to differing degrees of under-nutrition, which in turn causes ill health. Nevertheless, recent scientific understanding of soil processes and factors that affect human health are enabling greater insight into the effects of soil on our health. Multidisciplinary research that includes soil science, agronomy, agricultural sustainability, toxicology, epidemiology and the medical sciences will facilitate for a greater understanding.