Belfast, Northern Ireland
This ILSI Europe session was organised by the Process-related Compounds and Natural Toxins Task Force (PRC) in collaboration with the WMF meets IUPAC organising committee. This session introduced options to optimise food processing to reduce mycotoxin contamination of food and feed under the motto: “From scientific findings to practical guidance – the ILSI Europe experience”.
Click here to view the full WMF 2019 programme, which includes the ILSI Europe session (session 2, page 8).
Process Optimisation to Reduce Mycotoxin Contamination of Food and Feed
Monday, 14 October 2019 – 13:45-15:15
Chair: Dr Michele Suman, Barilla G&R Fratelli (IT)
The programme can be found here.
13:45: Mitigation of mycotoxins along food processing: from scientific findings to practical guidance – the ILSI Europe experience
Dr Michele Suman, Barilla G&R Fratelli (IT)
14:00: Occurrence and toxicological scenario of relevant mycotoxins at the industrial level – state of the art
Dr Neil Buck, General Mills, Inc., CH
14:20: First in-depth analysis: how to manage the cereals food production chain mitigating mycotoxins
Dr Johan De Meester, Cargill, BE
14:40: Second in-depth analysis: how to manage the dairy food production chain mitigating mycotoxins
Dr Luca Dellafiora, University of Parma, IT
15:00 Final wrap-up and Q&A time
Michele Suman, Neil Buck, Johan De Meester, and Luca Dellafiora
For more information about ILSI Europe’s work on mycotoxin mitigation, please have a look at the following publications:
Pinton et al., 2019. Practical Guidance to Mitigation of Mycotoxins During Food Processing: here
Karlovsky et al.,2016. Impact of Food Processing and Detoxification Treatments on Mycotoxin Contamination: here
For more information on this webinar, please contact Dr Tobias Recker, Senior Scientific Project Manager.