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Food Quality & Testing 2018

About Conference


Conferenceseries feels proud and honored in inviting the contributors across the globe to its premier International Conference on Supply Chain Management in Food Industry (Food Supply chain 2018) to be held during October 17-18, 2017 Ottawa, Canada. Food Supply chain Conference 2018 is the premier event that brings together a unique and International mix of experts, researchers and decision makers both from academia and industry across the globe to exchange their knowledge, experience and research innovations to build a world Food industrialists and entrepreneurs meet.

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Food industry is the largest manufacturing sector in the Canada in terms of turnover, value added, and employment. Organic retail sales, but information is available from industry sources. Canada sales of organic products were an estimated 27.4 billion in 2012 over 4 per cent of total food sales and will reach an estimated 40 billion in 2014. For decades, a growing body of evidence points to food as the key to improving the health of our bodies, as well as the health of our communities and our environment. Our food choices are informed consciously or not by policy, society, economics, and marketing and, of course, personal choice. Increasingly, food is being touted as a method of prevention, and a prescription for better health.

The annual Food & Supply chain Conference continues to be the premier environmental event for the food industry, bringing together senior environmental managers from food and beverage companies to share their experiences with sustainable practices, environmental compliance and new technologies and approaches. This Food conference is open to those employed by a food or beverage processing company, food and beverage industry vendors, and consultant partners and supporting trade associations. This food event is organized to foster information exchange and networking.

The associated exhibition will run in parallel with the conference and definitely it will offer you the chance to get updated information from companies active in your area of interests.

This is an open event, we welcome and invite you to participate in this prestigious food conference to make event as the best event in Ottawa, Canada

Sessions & Tracks

Track 1. Food Analysis

Physicochemical properties- structure and composition

Analytical methods for proteins in foods

Analytical methods for fats in food

Analytical methods for carbohydrates in foods

Bio markers of food Testing

 

Track 2.Microbial testing of food products

Perishability

Types of food-microbes

Food bio deterioration

Food contaminant testing

Significance of bio control agents

Molecular based Food borne pathogens’ detection

Intervention techniques

Quantitative microbial risk assessment

 

Track 3. Food Contaminants and Food-Contamination

Environmental contaminants

Pesticides and carcinogens

Processing contaminants

Emerging food contaminants

Biological Contamination

Chemical Contamination

Physical Contamination

Cross-Contamination

 

Track 4. Food Preservation

Salt Preservation

Pickling Preservation

Freezing Preservation

Smoking Preservation

Lye Preservation

Jellying, Potting, Jugging Preservation

Pulsed Electric Field Processing

High pressure food preservation

Canning Preservation

Controlled use of organism

Lactic fermentation Preservation

Sugar preservation

Ethanol preservation

Emulsification Preservation

 

Track 5. Food Packaging

Polymer packaging 

Polyolefin packaging

Polyester packaging

Polyethylene terephthalate packaging

Polycarbonate packaging

Polyethylene naphtha late packaging

Polyvinyl chloride packaging

Polyvinylidene chloride packaging

Polystyrene packaging

Polyamide packaging

Polyethylene terephthalate bottle packaging

Biodegradable polymers

 

Track 6. Food reusable packaging

Paper and paperboard

Reusable and refillable containers

Carded packaging

Container packaging

Folding cartons

Bags & pouches

Bottle packaging

Wooden barrel packaging

Aluminium Can Packaging

Glass Packaging

Plastics Packaging

Ethylene vinyl alcohol

Laminates and co-extrusions

Anaerobic degradation

Litter Packaging

Flexible packaging

Adhesives, coating & inks

Blisters & clamshells

Vacuum packing                             

Liquid cartons

Protective packaging

Thermoformed packaging

Antimicrobial Food Packaging

Aseptic cartons

Modified Atmosphere Packaging

 

Track 7. Food metal packaging

Aluminium packaging

Laminates and metallized films

Tinplate Packaging

Tin-free steel Packaging

 

Track 8. Food Quality Standards and Regulatory

U S Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Indian Standards Institute (ISI)

International Organization for Standardization (ISO 22000)

Food Safety System Certification (FSSC 22000)

ISO 9000 (International Organization for Standardization)

European Quality Assurance Standards - EN 45000, EN 45001, EN 45004, EN 45011, EN 45012

British Retail Consortium Food Certification

FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards authority of India)

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ)

Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CIFA)

EUROPA - European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)

 

Track 9. Food Labelling

RFID enable food supply chain traceability

Batch Number Labelling

Code number Labelling

Lot number Labelling

Track 10. Food Supply Chain Management

Analysing the Food Value Chain

Farmers and Food Producers

Food Processing

Food Distribution Systems

Food Warehouse Management

Food Marketing

Food Consumers

Food Services and Food Retail

Food Waste Management

Food Refluxing into the Supply Chain

E-Commerce in Food Industry

Digitalization of the Food Value Chain

 

 

Market Analysis

Food Market Analysis

Food packaging and supply is defined as an integrated system of preparing food for transport, distribution, storage, retailing, and lastly to fulfil the desires of consumer with relevant cost. Food packaging is a crucial part of modern society; commercially processed food could not be handled and distributed safely and efficiently without packaging. In today's society, packaging is pervasive and essential. It surrounds, enhances and protects the goods we buy, from processing and manufacturing, through handling and storage, to the final consumer. Without packaging, materials handling would be a messy, inefficient and costly exercise and modem consumer marketing would be virtually impossible. The packaging sector represents about 2% of Gross National Product (GNP) in developed countries and about half of all packaging is used to package food. Today, a variety of packaging materials and designs are available to fulfil the needs and demands of industry and consumers. Packaging materials can classified into many groups on the basis of packaging material such as Metallic materials (tinplate, electrolytic chromium-coated steel, and aluminium) , Glass Paper and paperboard Plastics, Wood  and Other materials (ceramics, natural fibres, etc.)

Why Canada ???

 Supply administration is a catch-all term for approaches that control the cost of drain, cheddar, eggs, chicken, and turkey in Canada. This framework was beforehand utilized as a part of different nations, for instance New Zealand and Australia yet has since been deregulated and exchange liberalized. It confines the supply of these items by controlling the sum created locally and restricting imports with high taxes. The managed and confined local supply and absence of remote item builds costs for the end shopper, assessed to be 38% to 300% higher retail costs than what is paid in most different nations for the same commodities.

The controls gave by supply administration have enabled the elected and common governments to abstain from sponsoring the parts straightforwardly, rather than general practice in the European Union and the United States. Rather, buyers finance ranchers in these divisions through the essentially higher supply oversaw costs paid for the end products. Other horticultural segments in Canada (grain, meat, pork, and so forth.) don't have comparable controls or appropriations, and generally contend as a typical item on the global market.

Supply administration, however upheld by every one of the three noteworthy political gatherings, is the subject of much civil argument in the homestead groups, the scholarly community and research organizations. Pundits contend that supply administration is an unduly protectionist strategy that makes defilement, absence of shopper decision, poorer quality items, and wasteful aspects in the market to the impairment of the buyer. The framework's controls on imports from different nations (e.g. 285% import levy on some SM wares) was a noteworthy hindrance in worldwide exchange transactions, for example, the unhindered commerce with the European Union and the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Altogether, there are around 17,000 Canadian homesteads that work under Supply Management; this is around 8% of all ranches in Canada. The dairy business is the biggest of the three supply-oversaw ventures in Canada, with around 13,000 ranchers. There are around 2,700 poultry agriculturists, and less than 1,000 egg farmers. For effortlessness, parts of this article will concentrate on the dairy business, however the general standards apply to the next two enterprises as well.

Italy :-

The food sector is one of the most important industries in Italy, employing around 385,000 people and generating a total turnover of about EUR 135 billion in 2015, with exports amounting to EUR 36.9 billion. After several years of suffering from the domestic economic downturn, the Italian food sector´s performance has rebounded since 2014, benefiting from lower raw materials and energy prices. Italy is the 4th largest Foods and Beverages manufacturer in the European Union (EU) and its Foods and Beverages industry is the country’s second-largest manufacturing sector.

Importance and Scope :-

Food packaging and supply market covers the largest share of packaging sector and it also covers over one-third of the total global packaging market. From an international point of view, the market for food packaging is at a fascinating stage where the market has reached at a peak point in the developed nations while developing nations are adapting fast to the newer technologies and supply chain management. Good food packaging provides protection against physical, chemical or biological damage and can also improve the shelf-life of products which consequently attracts more number of customers. The market for food packaging is expected to grow in upcoming years as various production facilities are being set up to catch up with the latest development and trends coming up in the market. Also, world is experiencing drastic changes in lifestyle and food preferences that are conjugated with growing population and economic growth of the respective region. All these factors are responsible for the global food packaging market. In addition to this, people prefer processed food as result of shifting population dynamics from rural to urban areas. The global market for materials used in food and beverages packaging was $21.7 billion in 2012 and $23 billion in 2013. This market is expected to reach $31.3 billion by 2018, rising at a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.3% from 2013 to 2018.

Market Research on Food Packaging-

On a global basis-

If there is an industry sector that is equally, if not more dynamic than the food sector, it is none other than the food packaging industry. Packing materials are generally used to contain the product, increase its shelf life, preserve product quality, and for hassle-free transportation and distribution. An ideal packing material should extensively inhibit food spoilage. Packaging is also an effective tool for brand awareness and has a positive impact on market growth.

According to Statistics, the Global Food Packaging Market is valued at $63.32 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach $103.51 billion by 2023 growing at a CAGR of 7.33% from 2016 to 2023. The global market for appliances used in food and beverages packaging was $21.7 billion in 2012 and $23 billion in 2013. This market is expected to reach $31.3 billion by 2018, rising at a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.3% from 2013 to 2018. The food packaging market is estimated to reach a value of $305,955.1 million and for beverage packaging is projected to reach $131.1 billion by 2019 at a CAGR of 4.4%.

North America :-

The North America Food Packaging Market was worth USD 43.38 billion in 2016 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 4.00%, to reach USD 63.51 billion by 2021. The gaining reputation of this market can be indorsed to increased demand for processed and packaged food and visual appeal of packaged food and convenience for use. The North America Food Packaging is broadly characterized into Material, Type and Application. On the basis of material packaging is classified as Paper and Board, Rigid Plastic, Metal, Glass, Flexible Plastic. On the basis of type packaging is classified as – Rigid, Semi-rigid and Flexible. On the basis of application packaging is classified as – Bakery, Confectionary, Convenience Foods, Dairy Products, Fruits and Vegetables, Sauces, dressing and condiments. 

Europe :-

During the period of 2010-15 packaged food and drink consumption in Europe is projected to grow by 2% per annum, to exceed an annual volume of 864 billion packaging units by 2015, 80 billion more than in 2010. The packaged food and drink consumption in Europe is projected to grow by 3% per annum to 953 billion packages by 2020.The European fresh food packaging market is buyer-oriented. The food packaging market is directed by the increasing use of eco-friendly packaging technologies, which are inexpensive and manufactured from recycled material. In order to achieve sustainability, these eco-friendly technologies have played a vital role. The European fresh food packaging market is projected to reach USD 10,578.6 Million by 2020, with a CAGR of 2.13% from 2015 to 2020.

Asia Pacific :-

Food and beverage packaging market is by far the largest market of the packaging industry, accounting covering the one-third portion of global packaging market. From a global perspective, the food packaging market is at a very interesting situation, where the market has almost reached a peak point in terms of technology. The Asia-Pacific flexible food and beverages packaging market is expected to grow from US $26.51 billion in 2016 to US $47.32 billion by the end of 2021 at a CAGR of 10.14%. China is set to have the highest market share, followed by Japan and South Korea. This growth is attributed to the steady economic growth of the region. The GDP growth for 2016 - 2017 is forecasted to be more than 5% which is helped by growth in economies, robust credit growth, and good labour markets. 

USA :-

The U.S. food industry is forecast to grow at a steady rate of 2.9% CAGR through 2022, according to the recently released 2016 Food Packaging Trends and Advances report from PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies. According to the report, the U.S. food industry stream the global market and, although North America is the largest global market across all food segments, the overall growth of the food industry, which includes food packaging, is being driven by emerging markets like Argentina, Brazil, China and India.

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