2 EU H2020 projects on food safety will present what’s going on in the food safety research in Europe, focusing on mycotoxins and other relevant issues.

The conference “Integrated and innovative key actions for mycotoxin management in the food and feed chain” is jointly organized by the International Society of Mycotoxicology, Mycokey, and MycoTWIN H2020 projects in Bari, Italy on 9-12 November 2021. 

FoodSafety4EU will share ongoing activities and opportunities to enhance the food safety networking in the EU and abroad.

The presentation “FoodSafety4EU: towards a more engaged and co-operative Food Safety System in Europe” will be held by the project Coordinator, Ms Veronica Lattanzio on Nov 10 during the opening session.

Link https://mycotwinbari2021.mycokey.eu/

Registration https://mycotwinbari2021.mycokey.eu/?page_id=1300

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