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Emerging Challenges & the Future of Food Safety

Get ready for the next GFSI Conference, the industry’s annual rendezvous for the advancement of food safety worldwide! In 2019, we are heading to Nice on the French Riviera, to explore how we can better secure a safe food supply in the future. The Nice edition will focus on Emerging Challenges and the Future of Food Safety. As the birthplace of the Global Food Safety Initiative, France is the perfect host country for this 18th edition of the Conference, looking to the future.

There’s never been a more exciting time to work in the food industry. With changing demographics and consumer demand, new developments in science and technology, and an ever-changing global marketplace to name just a few, the food retail industry is experiencing extensive, exponential change. And all signs point to more changes to come. 

While the future may open exciting opportunities, it will also hold unique challenges for the industry. What does this mean for the future of food safety? And how can industry leaders stay one step ahead? Join us in Nice, on the French Riviera, to take part in the largest collaborative conversation on food safety advancement.

Join the Largest Collaboration for Food Safety Advancement

Over 1,200 food industry leaders from 50+ countries attend the global GFSI Conference, which has become the meeting place for decision-makers from across the supply chain and around the world, from both private and public sectors alike. Participants share knowledge, strengthen their networks, showcase their learnings and do business.

Delegates are challenged through thought-provoking talks from a wide range of hand-picked speakers – renowned experts and academics, CEOs, public authorities, industry leaders, innovators and grassroots players.

Audiences gain insight into the latest advances in the science, technology and collaborative tools being leveraged for food safety around the world.

If you are involved in the food industry in any way, chances are you have a role in keeping food safe. Whether your operations are producing, manufacturing, transporting, storing or selling food – or supporting those who do – you play a vital role in protecting the consumer.

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All the insights, takeaways and learnings from the latest edition, and see why you can’t afford to miss the next one!

Why You Need to Attend

Stay Informed

The place to be to stay abreast of latest trends, legislations, challenges and solutions. Delegates learn about the latest advances in the science, technology and collaborative tools being leveraged for food safety around the world.

Gain Recognition for Your Work

So you’ve put in place a world-class food safety system or solution, measured results and grown your business. It’s only natural that now you’d like to tell the world about it. Best-practice sharing is what GFSI is all about.

Learn from Leaders

Delegates hear from renowned experts and academics, CEOs, public authorities, industry leaders, innovators and grassroots players.

Gain Visibility for your Brand

After all, no one works in isolation and this might just be the place to show companies who are serious about food safety why your solution can help them get there.

Realise You’re not Alone

Delegates often cite the valuable exchanges they had with others facing the same challenges. They learn how others are managing food safety in different parts of the world – or in other parts of the supply chain.

Strenghten Your Network

With some 1,200 global food safety experts in attendance, the GFSI Conference is the perfect place to do business, expand your network and make new friends with like-minded objectives. 

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“A place where we can partner with other stakeholders because we know no one can do it alone.”

“The conference where food safety professionals can get cutting edge solutions.”

“The place to be to meet people, to progress on the challenges we are facing and meet with our suppliers.”

“There are a lot of learnings I want to take back and share with my teammates!”