6th Edition of Euro Global Conference on
Food Systems approach to transform the food ecosystem of the country. It includes both demand and supply side interventions. On the supply side, it focuses on core regulatory functions to ensure quality and standards of food in terms of safety, nutrition and environmental sustainability.it includes improving food safety and hygiene standards in food businesses across the food value chain through a graded approach. This implies using traditional regulatory and enforcement approaches for large food businesses such as testing and inspections, which would eventually evolve to self-compliance by food businesses.
Food analysis is a discipline concerned with the production, application and study of analytical procedures for characterizing the properties of food and its constituents. These analytical techniques are used for providing information on a broad range of food characteristics including composition, structure, physical chemistry and sensory characteristics. This knowledge is important for our reasoned understanding and for our ability to make foods economically reliably healthy, nutritious and appealing and for consumers to make educated decisions about their diet.
Food Analysis deals with the principles, methods, and techniques necessary for quantitative physical and chemical analyses of food and food products. The analyses will be related to the standards and regulations for food processing.