Nigeria Mycotoxin Conference holds in November

The Mycotoxin Conference in Nigeria will hold in November, 2017. A reliable source revealed that it will be hosted by the Federal Industrial Research Institute Oshodi FIIRO, Lagos.

Meanwhile the LOC is working on the success, while the  theme for the conference  will soon be released.

Recall that the last conference was held at Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger state where a new EXCo was elected


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World Conference 2018

World of Food Safety Conference

  • 29 May-02 Jun 2018
  • Impact Muang Thong Thani Service Condo, Pak KretThailand


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Food safety Conference ASIA 2018

Food Safety Asia


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Aug 1 2017


SEPTEMBER  24-25 2018

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Important Dates

Abstracts/Full-Text Paper Submission Deadline November 21, 2017
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection January 20, 2018
Final Paper (Camera Ready) Submission & Early Bird Registration Deadline August 21, 2018
Conference Dates September 24 – 25, 2018

Important Notes

Please ensure your submission meets WASET’s strict guidelines for accepting scholarly papers. Downloadable versions of the check list for Full-Text Papers and Abstract Papers.

Please refer to the Paper Submission GUIDE before submitting your paper.

Selected Conference Papers

1) Nutritional Value Determination of Different Varieties of Oats and Barley Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Method for the Horses Nutrition
V. Viliene, V. Sasyte, A. Raceviciute-Stupeliene, R. Gruzauskas
2) Nutrition and Food Safety as Strategic Assets
Daniel C. S. Lim, W. Y. Tan
3) Radiation Usage Impact of on Anti-Nutritional Compounds (Antitrypsin and Phytic Acid) of Livestock and Poultry Foods
Mohammad Khosravi, Ali Kiani, Behroz Dastar, Parvin Showrang
4) Factors Determining Selection of Essential Nutrition Supplements
Daniel C. S. Lim
5) Combinatory Nutrition Supplementation: A Case of Synergy for Increasing Calcium Bioavailability
Daniel C. S. Lim, Eric Y. M. Yeo, W. Y. Tan
6) Determining Food Habits in Süleymanpasa Town of Tekirdag City, Turkey
Emine Yilmaz, Ismail Yilmaz, Harun Uran
7) Nutritional Composition of Selected Wild Fruits from Minna Area of Niger State, Nigeria
John O. Jacob, Abdullahi Mann, Olanrewaju I. Adeshina, Mohammed M. Ndamitso
8) An Extended Model for Sustainable Food and Nutrition Security in the Agrifood Sector
Ioannis Manikas
9) Nutrition Program Planning Based on Local Resources in Urban Fringe Areas of a Developing Country
Oktia Woro Kasmini Handayani, Bambang Budi Raharjo, Efa Nugroho, Bertakalswa Hermawati
10) Food Security in the Middle East and North Africa
Sara D. Garduño-Diaz, Philippe Y. Garduño-Diaz
11) On the Combination of Patient-Generated Data with Data from a Secure Clinical Network Environment – A Practical Example
Jeroen S. de Bruin, Karin Schindler, Christian Schuh
12) Liability Aspects Related to Genetically Modified Food under the Food Safety Legislation in India
S. K. Balashanmugam, Padmavati Manchikanti, S. R. Subramanian
13) IT System in the Food Supply Chain Safety: Application in SMEs Sector
Mohsen Shirani, Micaela Demichela
14) Oat Grain Functional Ingredient Characterization
Vita Sterna, Sanita Zute, Inga Jansone, Linda Brunava, Inara Kantane
15) MEAL Project: Modifying Eating Attitudes and Actions through Learning
E. Oliver, A. Cebolla, A. Dominguez, A. Gonzalez-Segura, E. de la Cruz, S. Albertini, L. Ferrini, K. Kronika, T. Nilsen, R. Baños

Food Technology Conference== France

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7th European Food Safety & Standards Conference

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The 11th Annual conference of the Mycotoxicology Society of Nigeria, MSN, was held at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger state from 25-28 Oct 2016.

A new Executive Committee(EXCO ) was elected to run its affairs for the next 2 years. Dr Mrs Folashade Oluwabamiwo of NAFDAC was elected the President  while Dr Isaac Ogara of Nassarawa State University, Lafia was the secretary

The health impact of mycotoxins on crops, man and livestock was noted and the intervention strategies discussed.

The meeting invite multi sectoral and multidisciplinary approach to the control of mycotoxins just as the need to bring local farmers on board on any issue regarding pre and postharvest food safety

Other highlights included the conferment of FELLOWSHIP on Nigerians including the Secretary to the Kogi state Government Dr Mrs Folashade Ayoade , Prof Dele Fapohunda and MrsMargarett Eshiett


The Annual Conference of the Mycotoxicology Society of Nigeria(MSN) holds from Oct 25 through Oct 28, 2016 at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger state

Participants are expected fro the Universities, Research Institutes, Regulatory Agencies, farmers commodity traders and other stakeholders

See <www.ngmycotoxin.com>

Australia and Canada Grain and Feed update

Canada: Grain and Feed Update
This Grain and Feed Update reflects the latest Statistics Canada data on area planted (released June 29 2016), on stocks of field crops (released on May 6, 2016), and the year to date trade data (until May 2016 from Global Trade Atlas). June planting surveys suggest that total area seeded to wheat, barley, corn and oats in 2016 will be 14.5 million hectares, 4.1% lower than 2015 seeded area. A return to more normal abandonment rates is expected to partially offset this decrease. Post forecasts area harvested to reach 13.924 million hectares, 2.62 percent below 2015 levels. 

Australia:  Grain and Feed Update July 2016
Australian wheat production in 2016/17 is forecast by Post to reach 26 million MT, a revision on the official estimate because of significantly more favorable seasonal conditions across virtually all cropping areas. Similarly, barley production in 2016/17 is forecast to increase to nine million MT due to considerable rainfall and improving soil moisture. For 2016/17, the sorghum harvest is forecast at 2.1 million MT, below the official forecast because of uncertain export demand. In 2016/17, the rice crop is forecast to recover to 450,000 MT on a milled basis due to improved water availability and better seasonal conditions.


Source= USDA, Foreign Agricultural Service