The International Life Science Institute (ILSI) Europe and IAFP Webinar on ‘Mycotoxin Prevention and Control: Food Processing Mitigation Strategies’
This Webinar on the ‘Mycotoxin Prevention and Control: Food Processing Mitigation Strategies’ on 29 November 2016,
15.00-16.30 CET was organised jointly by the ILSI Europe Process-Related Compounds and Natural Toxins Task Force and the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP).
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES
Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites produced by fungi that significantly affect the quality, safety and yield of important crops for food and feed. Options to optimize food processing in order to reduce mycotoxin contamination of food and feed will be presented. This webinar will introduce the findings from a recent publication on the topic (Karlovsky et al., 2016) and provide a platform for discussion.
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Registration was absolutely free. Registrant were invited to complete this form.
Impact of processing techniques on mycotoxin occurrence in food
Dr Michele Suman (Barilla Advanced Laboratory Research, IT)
Promising detoxification strategies to mitigate mycotoxins
Dr Isabelle Oswald (INRA, FR)
Management of food industrial technologies reducing mycotoxins while keeping the quality of finished products
Dr Johan De Meester (Cargill, BE)
For more information on this event, please contact Dr Pierre Dussort, Scientific Project Manager.