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The hazard of hidden allergens occurring in the food chain has further generated a high demand for the implementation of sensitive methods able to trace allergens in different food commodities. There is a need for harmonisation around allergen testing performance criteria and standards in order to assure the reliability, accuracy and comparability of results.

Starts

Jan 26, 2015, 10:00

Ends

Jan 26, 2015, 11:00

Location

Thailand

Food companies continue to face the challenge of ensuring consistency in controlling allergens across the food chain. Inconsistent use of allergen risk communication, such as the clear declaration of the presence of allergens on product labels, contributes to consumer confusion on what is safe to consume. This uncertainty forces consumers to largely ignore labels, potentially exposing them to greater risk.

The hazard of hidden allergens occurring in the food chain has further generated a high demand for the implementation of sensitive methods able to trace allergens in different food commodities. There is a need for harmonisation around allergen testing performance criteria and standards in order to assure the reliability, accuracy and comparability of results.

Therefore, SGS (Thailand) Limited invites you to attend the webinar “Food Allergen Management Program” on January 26th, 2015. The objective of this webinar is to provide an overview of background of Food Allergens and Intolerance. Moreover, the webinar will be provided an available gluten-free & peanut-free certification schemes and explore the key principles of effective their risk managements.

Agenda

  • Background of Food Allergens and Intolerances
  • Food Allergen Regulations
  • Managing Food Allergen Risk
  • Specific Allergen Claims: GFCP (Gluten Free Certification Program), Peanut free program
  • Sources of Allergen Information


Language: Thai

Date &Time:   26th January 2015, at 10-11 A.M. (Bangkok Local Time GMT+7)

Cost: No Charge

For more information: Please contact at (66)2 678 1813 ext. 1866 Ms. Phaworrarat  or ext. 4003 Ms. Wannabordee