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Workshops

Workshop: Good risk management requirements, trust in label claims & best practices

The workshop will deepen the themes of economic significance and importance of label claims, and will give to stakeholders and official bodies guidelines for promoting trust  in premium products.

Date & Time

10 May
2.30 pm – 5.00 pm

Programme

  • 1st PART (2.30-3.30 pm) – Short Talks [8-10 minutes]

 

Speakers:

  • Fabio Del Bravo (Ismea, Italy): “Economic role, trend and evolution of PDO/PGI products in Italy and Europe”.
  • Rosa Vano (Castillo de Canena, Spain): “Importance of labelling, consumer sensitivity and quality”.
  • Gerald A. Herrmann (Organic Services GmbH, Germany): “Italy’s Organic Grain Sector comes together and implements an Integrity Management System that combats food fraud”.
  • Marco Nocetti (Consorzio Parmigiano Reggiano, Italy): “Analytical tools for protecting the PDO cheese Parmigiano Reggiano”.
  • Massimo Sacco (Acetificio Ponti, Italy): “Tools for protecting the IGP Aceto Balsamico di Modena”.
  • Francois Guyon (scl.finances.gouv.fr): “Control of wine authenticity: a Label Story!”

 

  • 2nd PART (3.30-4.30 pm) – Interactive Exercise (World Cafe)
    The World Cafe is an easy-to-use method for creating a living network of collaborative dialogues. It is built on the assumption that “People already have within them the wisdom and creativity to confront even the most difficult challenges; that the answers we need are available to us; and that we are Wiser Together than we are alone”.
    Three discussion tables will be organised:
    1. PDO foods;
    2. PGI foods;
    3. organic foods.
    People will be divided in 3 groups who will visit each table for 20 minutes discussing each time a different issue (economic importance, promotion, protection).

 

Moderator-Animator: Federica Camin (FEM), and Simon Kelly (IAEA-FAO).

 

  • CONCLUSIONS (4.30-5.00 pm)
    Each table leader give a short summary of the discussion.

Workshop: FoodIntegrity 2020 Challenges – unresolved and emerging gaps

Interactive debate and online voting to identify the major unresolved and emerging gaps in assuring the integrity of the food chain.

Date & Time

11 May
9.00 am – 11.00 am

Programme

  • Introduction: Procedure of the first FoodIntegrity gap analysis, initially identified gaps, gaps covered in the Food Integrity project and other EU projects, and continuing and unresolved gaps: Saskia van Ruth (Wageningen University and Research).

 

  • Introduction to online voting tool: Kristian Holst Laursen (University of Copenhagen).

 

  • Keynote speakers – Continuing, unresolved, and emerging gaps
    • The consumer perspective: Camille Perrin (BEUC – The European Consumer Organization).
    • The industry perspective: Christophe Cavin (Nestlé).
    • The authorities perspective: Chris Vansteenkiste (Europol).

 

  • Panel discussion with Chris Elliot (Queens University Belfast), Quincy Lissaur (SSAFE) and the audience moderated by Georg Melzer-Venturi (Eutema) and Francis Butler (University College Dublin).

 

  • Close and wrap up of workshop findings: Saskia van Ruth (Wageningen University and Research).

Important note

Registration IS CLOSED.
You can still partecipate by asking the organizers for a last minute subscription, during the conference days.