The Conference will be an excellent starting point for companies to identify their vulnerabilities and plan mitigation efforts. The timing and relevance is most appropriate as despite being a fairly small twin island Republic, we have been exposed to various forms of food fraud such as honey laundering, misrepresentation of frozen/fresh leg quarters, seafood adulteration and mislabeling of coconut water.
The focus will not be just on “what is food fraud” or “how to detect” but on the country- or company-wide vulnerability assessment that supports the development of a rational, practical, and efficient prevention strategy.
The goal is not to “catch” food fraud but to prevent it from occurring in the first place. It is an intellectual day of sharing best practices, lessons learned and detection & prevention methods. Join us in our fight to stop dishonest food !
For more information contact:Jessica RamoutarTel:(868) 299-0210 ext. 5687/5045Cel:(868) 310-4529Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.cariri.com/foodfraud2018
Date for one day conference: Wednesday 4th July 2018Venue: Hyatt Regency, TrinidadTime: 8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Date for vulnerability assessment- Thursday 5th July 2018
Any questions or queries can be addressed to: Jessica Ramoutar (+1868-310-4529/+1868-299-0210 ext 5687 or via email at email@example.com)