Wednesday, 11 November 2020 16:00 CET
In bridging the gap between academia and industry in microbiome research, the 14th INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON PROBIOTICS, PREBIOTICS, GUT MICROBIOTA AND HEALTH, taking place on 11 November will have a strong focus on regulatory affairs around probiotics, prebiotics and phages.
Registration is required. For the registration please click here.
Regulatory Workshops, hosted by Pen & Tec Consulting, at IPC 2020 include:
What’s New? How the EU transparency regulation will affect feed & food probiotic authorisations?
Eliana Henriquez, Pen & Tec Consulting
What should researchers know about the role of whole genome sequencing when seeking authorisation for probiotics in the EU?
Pauliina Halimaa, Biosafe
Key differences between probiotic food/feed approvals in EU & USA
Elinor McCartney, Pen & Tec Consulting
What’s in a Name? How taxonomy changes will affect feed & food probiotic registrations in EU & US?
Hannes Malfroy, Pen & Tec Consulting
Bacteriophages as Food/Feed Ingredients? Regulatory considerations in the EU
Justyna Pałasińska, Pen & Tec Consulting
Who to participate: Small and medium enterprise representatives, scientists, researchers, technical supports, regulatory teams involved in the development and presentation of probiotic dossier submission for the European Food Safety Authority and the US FDA.
Why participate: Get an update on the current approaches of regulators to strain safety and permissible claims in humans and animals; to nutrition and health claims related to probiotics in foods, novel foods, dietary supplements, and nutraceuticals. You will also learn about common pitfalls and how to avoid rejection by EFSA or the USA FDA.
Chairman: Dr Hannah Lester
European Union Food Chain Legislation Expert Pen & Tec Consulting, Spain