Food Safety Convention 2021/Japan will be held on November 18, 2009.
JFSM will hold the Food Safety Convention 2021/Japan - Food Safety is on the Move!
With the message "Safe food for everyone, everywhere!", the event was first held in 2020 as a forum for everyone involved in the food chain to learn about food safety and food safety management, and is now in its second year.
The event, which will be held in three parts in the morning and afternoon of Thursday, November 18, will focus on
"The event, which will be held in three parts over the morning and afternoon of Thursday, November 18, will focus on the themes of "Beyond Food Safety," "Expanding Food Exports and JFS Standards," and "Food Safety Culture and JFS Standards.
The program will feature speakers from industry, government, and academia on the themes of "Beyond Food Safety," "Expanding Food Exports and JFS Standards," and "Food Safety Culture and JFS Standards," allowing participants to learn about food safety now and in the future.
To register, please visit the following website.
We are sincerely looking forward to your participation.
Food Safety Convention 2021/Japan
Date & Time: Thursday, November 18, 2021 10:00 - 16:30
Method: Zoom webinar method (online delivery)
Participation fee: Free of charge
Greeting from the organizer
Greeting by Guest of Honor
Mr. Masayoshi Mizuno, Deputy Director-General (New Business and Food Industry), Minister's Secretariat, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Mr. Tsuyoshi Matsukawa (General Manager, Japan and Asia Pacific Region, The Consumer Goods Forum)
Part 1 Beyond Food Safety
Keynote Speech: "Future Food and Food Safety
Lecturer: Shinichi Ishikawa (Professor, Department of Food Industry, Miyagi University)
Lecture 1: "Green Food System Strategy - Towards the Construction of a Sustainable Food System
Lecturer: Ms. Makiko Kubo (Director, Environmental Biomass Policy Division, Minister's Secretariat, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries)
Lecture 2: "Efforts to institutionalize HACCP in the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
Lecturer: Mr. Akira Miki (Director, Food Surveillance and Safety Division, Pharmaceutical and Life Science Bureau, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)
Sponsored session (Online seminar by the sponsors)
Introduction of HACCP-compliant application "Smart Phone De Check
OM Research & Consulting Co.
Necessity of pre-export analysis as seen in EU food-related regulations
Oriental Yeast Industry Co.
Introduction of HACCP Navi
Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.
Part 2: Expansion of Food Exports and JFS Standards
Lecture 3: "Toward the Expansion of Export of Agricultural, Forestry and Fishery Products and Foods
Lecturer: Mr. Satoru Nishio (International Negotiator, Export Planning Division, Export and International Bureau, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries)
Lecture 4: "JETRO's Export Support Programs
Lecturer: Mr. Hiroyuki Yamaguchi (Director, Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and Food Department, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO))
Case Study Lecture 1: "Export Initiatives and Food Safety
Lecturer: Mr. Shintaro Asai (Representative Director, Maruya Hatcho Miso Co., Ltd.)
Part 3: Food Safety Culture and JFS Standards
Case Study (2) "HACCP Initiatives in Japanese Ryokan (Japanese-Style Inn)
Lecturer: Mr. Toshikazu Tokuchi (Manager, Heki-no-za, Lake Shikotsu Tsuruga Villa, Tsuruga Kanko Kaihatsu Co.
Mr. Kiyoshi Seo (Manager, ISO Promotion Office, Tsuruga Resort Co., Ltd.)
Case Study (3) "Efforts to Obtain JFS-B Standard Conformity Certification
Lecturer: Mr. Makoto Izuhara (Assistant Manager, Quality and Hygiene Section, Rice Cracker Production Department, Mochikichi Co.
Panel discussion by the three case study companies
Moderator: Masanori Kotani (JFSM Secretary General)
Panelists: Maruya Hatcho Miso Co., Ltd, Lake Shikotsu Tsuruga Villa Heki-no-za, Mochikichi Co.
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