The New Zealand Food Safety Summit will be held on 10 December 2019 in Auckland. The summit is your chance to:
- hear from the most influential players in the food industry – from New Zealand and overseas
- meet key government representatives, food industry, and food safety leaders
- participate and progress the future of food safety in New Zealand.
The importance of the New Zealand food safety system will be highlighted and how it:
- remains robust in responding to challenges
- imparts confidence for consumers during times of uncertainty.
New Zealand Food Safety will also be launching its new strategy.
- Tuesday 10 December 2019
- 9am to 5.30pm (registrations from 8am, and networking reception from 5:30pm)
- Grand Millennium Hotel, Auckland
- $300 + GST early bird tickets (until 25 November) and $450 + GST for general tickets (from 26 November)
- Ticket price includes a complimentary breakfast (8am) and entry to the networking reception
Find out more about the programme here: New Zealand Food Safety Summit 2019 programme
Find out more about the summit:
- Ensure New Zealand’s world-class food safety system remains robust in responding to future challenges.
- Proactively support New Zealanders to feel confident making choices about food.
- Lead new thinking in international forums to expand our international influence.
- Be an intelligence-led business that strengthens this country’s food future.
Hon Damien O’Connor (Minister for Food Safety)
Ray Smith (director-general, Ministry for Primary Industries)
Bryan Wilson (deputy director-general, New Zealand Food Safety)
Dr Tim Jackson (vice president, Food Safety, Regulatory and Social Compliance, Driscoll’s)
Mike Lee (founder, The Future Market)
Guilherme da Costa (Chairperson, Codex Alimentarius Commission)
New Zealand Speakers:
Kelli Brett (editor/co-director, Cuisine)
Sue Chetwin (chief executive, Consumer New Zealand)
Dan Craig (founder, Eat Crawlers)
Ray McVinnie (food writer)
Philip Houlding (director, International Policy, Ministry for Primary Industries)
John Morgan (chief executive, New Zealand Food Innovation Network)
Dr Nick Roskruge (associate professor in horticulture, Massey University)
Dr Steve Hathaway (chief food safety scientist, New Zealand Food Safety)
Click HERE for more information.