In just over a week, from 6-8 April 2022, GMP+ International and All About Feed host the 2022 Global Feed Safety Summit at the Berlin Congress Centre right in the heart of Berlin, Germany.
This will be the place where industry leaders will set the feed safety agenda for years to come. Delegates who wish to be part of the discussion, have their last opportunity to sign up for this in-person event.
Roland van der Post, managing director at feed safety certification organisation, GMP+ International, and the host of the Global Feed Safety Summit, is looking forward to this major event. Under his supervision, feed industry decision-makers will set the feed agenda to 2030, focusing on challenges facing the feed & food chain today and tomorrow. More importantly, discovering opportunities for a healthy, sustainable, and feed-safe industry worldwide.
“Ensuring feed safety in a dynamic environment poses a constant challenge, demanding a robust risk control and secure certification system,” said Van der Post. According to the Global Feed Safety Summit host, we do have the mission to provide safe feed and thus safe food.
“Feed safety is our core business and that needs constant attention. We arrived in an era where we hardly have any feed safety scares anymore. That’s living proof that our system works. That said, we can never relax, and we have to adapt to new challenges. We can never take feed safety for granted, as in the current conscious and hyperconnected world, we cannot permit ourselves a feed safety scandal. That is why we gathered top-notch panelists and speakers at our summit, from across different companies and institutions. All of us have to embrace feed safety, as it’s one of the few topics in our industry that is pre-competitive and benefits us all.”
Join Van der Post and experience keynotes from world-class speakers, including:
Sorin Albeanu, head of commercial at Covantis
Albeanu will present a break-out session, ‘Understanding blockchain technology and big data sharing’
He will speak about digitalization and its impact on the future of the feed industry. How transparent is the industry towards our competitors and the public?
Patrick Charlton, vice president for Alltech, Europe
Charlton will join our discussion threats and challenges for sufficient food supply and impact for feed and food safety.