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Aecoc will analyze the strategies followed by the industry to guarantee food safety in the face of covid-19 and emerging risks

The health crisis caused by COVID-19 has created an added challenge for food production systems and supply chains. The 18th AECOC Congress on Food Safety and Quality, which will be held online on February 23 and 24, will analyze what these challenges have been and will advance what global challenges the food industry faces in terms of safety, health and sustainability of its model.

The AECOC Congress on Food Safety and Quality will also focus on the growing role that biotechnology is playing in generating a varied and safe food supply adapted to new consumer trends.

The vice president of R&D in Nutrition and Health at ADM, Daniel Ramón, will review the role technology is playing in creating a safer, healthier and more sustainable food industry.