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China International Food Safety & Quality Conference

06 Nov 2013 - 07 Nov 2013 - Beijing, People's Republic of China



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The 7th annual China International Food Safety & Quality (CIFSQ) Conference + Expo in Beijing is an important top-level event that brings together food safety professionals across China and from around the world for two intensive days of learning and networking. An educational program features a distinguished faculty of regulatory, scientific, academic and industry leaders who are putting food safety into action. The CIFSQ Conference program is also packed with useful information for developing new skills and discovering about the latest trends, developments, products and services. CIFSQ Conference + Expo is also the year's best networking opportunity, the ideal venue for exchanging ideas and cultivating new relationships. Focus for 2013 includes food safety testing, food safety management, risk assessment & risk management, food borne disease outbreak investigation, food safety for food manufacturing, supply chain management, plus more. 



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