In this course, we anticipate changes in food legislation due to the European Farm to Fork strategy. Current development will be highlighted, and possible consequences for governments, agrifood businesses, agricultural and food-related organisations will be discussed.
Registration is not open for this course.
You can already show your interest.
Why follow this course?
This strategy intends to bring a lot of changes to the current agrifood systems that we know. To underline the need for these changes, a legislative framework is in development. In this course, we anticipate changes and consequences of these new food laws. In an interactive part, we all discuss possible future scenario’s that may apply to the direct environment of the participants of the course.
Is this course for you?
This programme is of importance for proactive professionals that are responsible for regulatory affairs (policy) in the food industry, at law firms, in (non) governmental organisations and business consultants.
Programme & topics
The following topics will be discussed, by the following experts:
|Introduction Farm to Fork strategy & its importance for the food business||Dr. Hanna Schebesta, Wageningen University & Research|
|Legislative framework for sustainable food systems||Dr. Mirta Alessandrini, Wageningen University & Research|
|Food safety & food quality||Dr. Francesco Cazzini & ir. ing. Niels van der Linden, Wageningen University & Research|
|Sustainable food labelling & mandatory nutrition labelling and developments||Dr. Maria José Plana Casado, Wageningen University & Research|
|EU Code of Conduct on Responsible Food Business and Marketing Practices,||Dr. Silvia Rolandi, Wageningen University & Research|
|Future casting, interactive session||Conversation with experts from NGO/Consumer Association and/or Food Industry, moderated by dr. Mirta Alessandrini.|
€695,- per person and covers tuition, course materials, lunches and refreshments.
Max. 35 participants.
Based on your attendance, you will receive a certificate at the end of the programme.