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May 26-27, 2020


Garching, Munich, Germany







Conference in Brief?

The inaugural Global Food Contamination and Traceability Summit (GFCTS) taking place on 26-27 May 2020, Munich, Germany is designed for food safety professionals involved in food contamination, prevention, risk assessment and traceability. The summit will be represented by decision-makers, food regulators, food chemists and analysts, microbiologists, directors R&D team members across the globe.

Opening with a morning of strategic plenary sessions addressing the big themes driving food contamination routes, prevention, contaminant analysis, risk analysis and law enforcement, the programme then breaks into 2 parallel technical tracks each different issues faced by the food Industry.

Alongside the content-rich programme there is plenty of time for networking; during the round table discussions, the networking evening reception, in the solution zone, and during the live demo lab sessions.

Join an anticipated 200+ Attendees for 2 days of networking and exchange of knowledge to get an update on the latest trends and developments on food contaminants, food fraud, and contaminant analysis in the food industry.


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Conference Topics

  • Processing Contaminants
  • Natural Causes
  • Regulations and Compliance
  • Detection of Contamination
  • Unforseen Contamination
  • Allergens
  • Intended or Hidden Contamination
  • Accidental Contamination
  • Physical Contamination
  • Microbial Contamination and Microbial Toxins
  • Chemical Contamination
  • Processing Contaminants

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