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International Conference on Food Safety and Regulatory Measures, will be organized around the theme “Revolutionizing the Food Safety for a Safe and Secure Future”

Food Safety-2015 is comprised of 12 tracks and 90 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Food Safety-2015.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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  • Track 1-1Food storage and distribution
  • Track 1-2Production and processing of food with wastewater (polluted Water)
  • Track 1-3Water quality deterioration with inputs of fertilizers and pesticides
  • Track 1-4Health and nutritional effects due to consumption of contaminated water.
  • Track 1-5Food borne diseases and impact of antimicrobial resistance in food chains
  • Track 1-6Risk and hazard analysis
  • Track 1-7Effect of parasites on food utilization by the individual metabolism
  • Track 1-8Food recalls and food waste
  • Track 2-1The regulatory affairs of food and food Industries
  • Track 2-2Regulation of commodity markets for developing countries
  • Track 2-3Regulation of organic food price
  • Track 2-4Regulatory differences and similarities: an international investigation
  • Track 2-5Comparing regulatory systems and agencies
  • Track 2-6Managing projects in food regulatory affairs: practical considerations
  • Track 2-7Food law in developed countries
  • Track 2-8Economic and social aspects of food
  • Track 2-9Understanding the food regulatory life cycle
  • Track 2-10Regulatory requirements for food pest control
  • Track 3-1Food safety and modernization
  • Track 3-2Food safety and surveillance: Concepts and applications
  • Track 3-3Understanding food agronomic science
  • Track 3-4Food across international borders: The international food trade
  • Track 3-5The industrialization and commercialization of food
  • Track 3-6Political, social, and economic influences on food law, regulation, and policy
  • Track 3-7Food and free trade
  • Track 3-8Food safety and commercialization in emerging economies
  • Track 3-9Global economics of food and agriculture
  • Track 4-1Food contamination
  • Track 4-2Factors influencing HACCP implementation in the food industry
  • Track 4-3The implementation of a quality management standard in a food SME
  • Track 4-4Demand of safe food but lack of FMS in developing countries
  • Track 4-5ISO 22005 the potential to systemize traceability of food and feed
  • Track 4-6Emerging technologies on quality improvement ISO 22000 – from intent to implementation
  • Track 4-7Emerging innovation in food analysis
  • Track 4-8Chromatography in food analysis
  • Track 4-9Detection of pathogens and allergen and other additives
  • Track 4-10Food quality and safety management systems: A brief analysis of the individual and integrated approaches
  • Track 5-1Halal and kosher products quality religious-ethnical requirements and certification
  • Track 5-2Food labeling and dietary behavior: Bridging the gap
  • Track 5-3Product labeling in the market for conventional food
  • Track 5-4Product labeling in the market for organic food
  • Track 5-5Product labeling in the market for GM food
  • Track 6-1The scientific, social, and commercial aspects of conventional foods
  • Track 6-2The scientific, social, and commercial aspects of genetically modified foods
  • Track 6-3The scientific, social, and commercial aspects of organic foods
  • Track 6-4Effects of GMOs on the environment and nature
  • Track 6-5Contamination of the non-genetically modified food supply
  • Track 7-1Investing in food safety and environmental protection
  • Track 7-2Balancing risks and benefits in food safety and environmental resource co-management
  • Track 7-3Environmental features & potential for incompatibility with food safety
  • Track 7-4Operation characteristics & potential for incompatibility with FMS
  • Track 7-5Alternative options for different food safety programs
  • Track 7-6Practices to address food safety concerns on-the-ground consequence of co-management challenges
  • Track 7-7Economic impacts and financial considerations of co-management
  • Track 8-1Food and society
  • Track 8-2Hepatatis E threat
  • Track 8-3Natural toxins
  • Track 8-4Bioterrorism
  • Track 8-5Software for utilization of food composition databases
  • Track 8-6Radiation contamination of foods and associated health risks
  • Track 8-7Consumer preferences for local production and other value-added label claims for a processed food product
  • Track 8-8Hidden allergens in foods and implications for labeling and clinical care of food allergic patients
  • Track 8-9Food fraud impact on consumer health
  • Track 8-10Impact of mass media communication and social media
  • Track 9-1Stress on agricultural and food production
  • Track 9-2Effects of climate change on food safety
  • Track 9-3Increasing demand for processed agricultural products from emerging countries
  • Track 9-4Difficult perception of globalization from sanitary point of view
  • Track 9-5Food and water security for fast growing populations in developing countries
  • Track 9-6Pressure of safe food on the local markets due to international markets
  • Track 9-7Natural disasters influencing food safety
  • Track 9-8Challenges to meat safety in the 21st century
  • Track 10-1Assessing rodent risk
  • Track 10-2Electronic grain probes for grain bins
  • Track 10-3Global Food Safety Initiative audits
  • Track 10-4Benefits of IPM
  • Track 10-5Problems caused by urban pest birds
  • Track 10-6Bird control strategies
  • Track 11-1Microbial modeling and technologies for foodborne pathogens
  • Track 11-2Toxicological evaluation of proteins introduced into foodcrops
  • Track 11-3The integration of new technologies like transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics
  • Track 11-4Seed development
  • Track 11-5Food bioactivity and its effect on human health
  • Track 11-6Potential of biomarkers to detect unsafe products
  • Track 11-7Important tools for the analyses of food origin, traceability, and quality
  • Track 11-8Modernising the food risk analysis model
  • Track 11-9Metagenomics and entire genome sequencing
  • Track 12-1Predictive microbiology
  • Track 12-2Novel food and food ingredient case studies
  • Track 12-3Introduction of nanotechnology into the food industry, risks and benefits