13th International Akademie Fresenius Conference "Contaminants and Residues in Food"+++ONLINE CONFERENCE

19.11. - 20.11.2020, Online Conference | Die Akademie Fresenius GmbH

13th International Akademie Fresenius Conference "Contaminants and Residues in Food"+++ONLINE CONFERENCE

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Übersicht

+++ONLINE CONFERENCE+++

For many years, the Akademie Fresenius Contaminants Conference has been the perfect platform for bringing together the scientific, industrial and regulatory communities. With the COVID-19 crisis, it has become difficult to gather physically. However, since we all need to continue to learn from one another, we have decided to keep up our dialogue in the virtual space. We therefore cordially invite you to join this year’s Online Conference. Plenty of exciting presentations are awaiting you! And they will all be accessible from the comfort of your home or your office, thus reducing travel on the one hand and increasing accessibility on the other hand. We are looking forward to meeting you!

Highlights

    • European Community policy on contaminants in foodstuffs
    • European Commission on RASFF and AAC
    • Recent developments at JMPR and JECFA (veterinary drugs)
    • Risk, regulation and compliance – experience of the EU contaminant paradigm
    • Endocrine activities – are they an issue in food?
    • EFSA’s recent assessments of aflatoxins and ochratoxin A
    • Ochratoxin A and 2’R Ochratoxin A: New insights
    • EFSA’s assessment of glycoalkaloids and chlorinated paraffins
    • THC and cannabinoids – is there a concern?
    • Mycotoxins – predicting levels and controlling storage
    • Multiple source substances
    • EFSA’s exposure and risk assessment of PFAS
    • Update on microplastics and nanoplastics
    • Update on benchmark levels for MOSH/MOAH
    • Process contaminants and technology

    Who do you meet?

    Groups that should take part:

    Managing directors, boards of directors, managers, consultants and scientists in the fields of

    • Analysis 
    • Quality assurance & control 
    • Product safety 
    • Raw material control 
    • Regulatory affairs & support 
    • Research & development 
    • Toxicology

    Sectors that should take part:

    • Food and beverage industry
    • Food retailing
    • Packaging industry
    • Food inspection offices
    • Laboratories
    • Research institutes
    • Authorities
    • Professional associations


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    Programm

    PLEASE NOTE: The indicated times refer to Central European Time CET.

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    Thursday, 19 November 2020

    10:45 CET - Start of the Online Conference

    Welcome address and opening remarks by the Chair

    Peter Fürst, Münster, Germany


    11:00 CET - Europe and worldwide – science, policy, practice

    Recent and future developments of EU legislation in the field of process and environmental contaminants

    Frans Verstraete, European Commission, Belgium

    Recent developments at JMPR and JECFA (veterinary drugs)

    Alan R. Boobis, Imperial College London, UK

    RASFF and AAC – two EU tools for information exchange on health risks and food fraud

    Jan Baele, European Commission, Belgium

    Risk, regulation and compliance – experience of the EU contaminant paradigm

    Neil Buck, General Mills, Switzerland


    13:20 CET - Process contaminants

    Process contaminants and technology

    Richard Stadler, Nestlé, Switzerland


    13:45 CET - Lunch break


    14:45 CET - Residues and environmental contaminants

    Endocrine activities – are they an issue in food?

    Karma Fussell, Nestlé, Switzerland 

    EFSA’s recent assessment of chlorinated paraffins in the food chain

    Luisa Ramos Bordajandi, European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Italy 

    EFSA’s exposure assessment of PFAS

    Ron Hoogenboom, Wageningen Food Safety Research (WFSR), The Netherlands

    EFSA’s risk assessment of PFAS

    Tanja Schwerdtle, German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Germany

    Multiple source substances and Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

    • Problems for food business operators in practice: Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 sets MRLs for pesticide residues in food but according to the view of authorities, the MRLs shall apply independent from the source of the substance
    • Examples of such multiple source substances
    • Proposals for solutions

    Birgit Christall, Food Federation Germany, Germany

    17:15 CET - End of the first conference day


    Friday, 20 November 2020

    9:15 CET - Start of the second day of the online conference

    Opening remarks for the second conference day by the Chair

    Dieter Schrenk, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

    9:25 CET -Residues and environmental contaminants

    Update on microplastics and nanoplastics: Oral toxicology and risk assessment

    • Occurrence, detection  and quantification methods
    • Uptake and crossing of microplastics through the intestinal barrier
    • In vitro cellular systems and toxicological analysis
    • Approaches for risk assessment of micro- and nanoplastics

    Holger Sieg, German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Germany

    Mineral oil – analytical challenges and gaps in toxicological knowledge

    Angelika Tritscher, Danone, The Netherlands


    10:30 CET - Europe and worldwide – policy

    Recent and future developments of EU legislation in the field of agricultural contaminants

    Frans Verstraete, European Commission, Belgium 


    11:20 CET - Secondary plant components

    Glycoalkaloids in food

    Bettina Grasl-Kraupp, Medical University of Vienna, Austria


    11:50 CET - Lunch break

    12:50 CET

    THC and cannabinoids – is there a concern? Challenges in analytics

    Peter Fürst, Münster, Germany


    13:20 CET - Mycotoxins

    EFSA’s recent assessment of ochratoxin A

    Hans Steinkellner, European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Italy 

    EFSA’s recent assessments of aflatoxins

    Katleen Baert, European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Italy

    Ochratoxin A and 2’R Ochratoxin A: New insights into occurrence, metabolism and metabolite kinetics

    Benedikt Cramer, University of Münster, Germany

    Post-harvest strategies to predict-control-mitigate mycotoxins in the cereals chain 

    Michele Suman, Barilla, Italy

    15:25 CET - End of the conference

    Referenten

    Name

    Unternehmen

    Jan Baele

    European Commission, Belgium

    Jan Baele is the RASFF Head of Sector and part of the European Commission DG SANTE Unit responsible for coordinating and managing the RASFF system across EU countries. In 2018 he and RASFF teams across the EU dealt with about 4,000 alerts and notifications.

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    Katleen Baert

    European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Italy

    Katleen Baert is a Bio-engineer in chemistry and has been a Scientific Officer in the BIOCONTAM Unit of EFSA since 2010. Before joining EFSA she worked for the Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain as a Risk Assessor for biological and chemical hazards.

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    Boobis

    Alan R. Boobis

    Imperial College London, UK

    Alan R. Boobis retired from his chair at Imperial College London June 2017, and is now Emeritus Professor of Toxicology at the College. His research interests include mechanistic toxicology, risk assessment and the effects of mixtures. He has published over 250 original research papers and has been a member of the EFSA PPR Panel and the Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain. He has been a member/Chair of Joint FAO/WHO Meeting on Pesticide Residues and of the Joint FAO/ WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (residues of veterinary drugs) for approx. 20 years. He currently chairs the UK Committee on Toxicity of Chemicals in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment.

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    Buck

    Neil Buck

    General Mills, Switzerland

    Neil Buck is a Corporate Toxicologist for General Mills. He spends most of his time on innovation of products and production processes and in managing technical regulatory affairs. Neil has spent more than 20 years in industry. He participates in Committees in Food Drink Europe, the US Grocery Manufacturers Association, and both ILSI EU and North America.

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    Christall

    Birgit Christall

    Food Federation Germany, Germany

    Birgit Christall is a Food Chemist and has a long history as expert in contaminants and especially pesticide residues in food. She worked in different private laboratories, for authorities and the baby food industry. In 2010 she joined the Food Federation Germany (former BLL). She is responsible for topics on residues and contaminants in the association.

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    Cramer

    Benedikt Cramer

    University of Münster, Germany

    Benedikt Cramer is working at the Institute of Food Chemistry at the University of Münster as Head of the Service Unit “Instrumental analysis and spectroscopy”. He is developing methods for the analysis of mycotoxins and the detection of new metabolites and degradation products.

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    Karma Fussell

    Nestlé, Switzerland

    Karma Fussell is a Toxicologist and a Senior Specialist in Chemical Food Safety at Nestlé with expertise in developmental and reproductive toxicology and endocrine disruption measured in vivo and in vitro. She joined Nestlé in 2014 after concluding a Post-Doc begun in 2011 at BASF, where she also became a Study Director in 2012.

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    Fürst

    Peter Fürst

    Münster, Germany

    Peter Fürst retired from the CVUA-MEL (Chemical and Veterinary Analytical Institute Münsterland-Emscher-Lippe) board in March 2019 and now works part-time at the University of Münster as a Honorary Professor. He joined the EFSA CONTAM Panel from 2006 to 2015 where he was Vice-Chair from 2012 to 2015. Since last year he has been a member of the EFSA FAF Panel.

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    Grasl-Kraupp

    Bettina Grasl-Kraupp

    Medical University of Vienna, Austria

    Bettina Grasl-Kraupp is a Professor and a European Registered Toxicologist and leads the Research Unit “Chemical safety and cancer prevention” at the Institute for Cancer Research of the Medical University of Vienna. She is a member of several scientific societies and since 2014 she has been a member of the EFSA CONTAM Panel and is the Chair of the WG on Glycoalkaloids.

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    Hoogenboom

    Ron Hoogenboom

    Wageningen Food Safety Research (WFSR), The Netherlands

    Ron Hoogenboom is the assistent Programme Leader Food Contaminants at Wageningen Food Safety Research, dealing with environmental contaminants, pesticides and toxins from moulds, algae and plants. Since 2012 he has been a member of the EFSA CONTAM Panel and is the vice-chair of the WG on PFASs.

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    Luisa Ramos Bordajandi

    European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Italy

    Luisa Ramos Bordajandi is a Scientist focused on the development of multidimensional analytical techniques for the analysis of contaminants in food. In 2008, she joined EFSA and acts since then as a Scientific Officer within the BIOCONTAM Unit. There she provides support for the EFSA Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain and its Working Groups in the development of risk assessments.

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    Schrenk

    Dieter Schrenk

    University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

    Dieter Schrenk has been a Professor for Food Chemistry and Environmental Toxicology at the University of Kaiserslautern since 1996. In 2005 he took on the full professorship for Food Chemistry and Toxicology. He joined the EFSA CONTAM Panel in 2003. Since 2018 he has been the Chair of this panel.

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    Schwerdtle

    Tanja Schwerdtle

    German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Germany

    Tanja Schwerdtle is a Food Chemist and has been a Full Professor for Food Chemistry at the University of Münster since 2008 and at the University of Potsdam’s Institute of Nutritional Science since 2013. Since March 2020 she has been the Vice President of the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) in Berlin. She is a member of numerous scientific committees, such as the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). She is the Chair of the WG on PFASs.

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    Sieg

    Holger Sieg

    German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Germany

    Holger Sieg is a Biochemist and has been the Head of the Junior Research Group Nanotoxicology based in the Food Safety Department at the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) in Berlin since 2017. The group conducts research concerning the uptake and effects of orally ingested nanomaterials on the human body, with a main focus on the intestine and liver and is involved in national and international research projects.

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    Stadler

    Richard Stadler

    Nestlé, Switzerland

    Richard Stadler is the Head of the Institute for Food Safety & Analytical Science in Lausanne. Richard has held several research and quality management positions within Nestlé. He is also the Chairman of the FoodDrinkEurope contaminants expert group.

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    Steinkellner

    Hans Steinkellner

    European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Italy

    Hans Steinkellner has been a Senior Scientific Officer (Toxicologist) in the Biological Hazards and Contaminants Unit (BIOCONTAM) of EFSA in Parma since 2014. From 2007 to 2014 he was Scientific Officer in the Pesticide Unit. Before joining EFSA he worked for the European Chemicals Bureau of the JRC.

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    Suman

    Michele Suman

    Barilla, Italy

    Michele Suman is the Head of the Food Safety & Authenticity Research Unit at Barilla, working in an international context on research projects within the field of food chemistry, food safety-quality-authenticity, food contact materials, sensing and mass spectrometry applications. He is the Chair of the Italian National Normative Organisation (UNI) Food Authenticity Working Group, the Chair of the ILSI Process Related Compounds & Natural Toxins Task Force and a Member of the Scientific Board of the Italian Chemistry Society - Food Chemistry Inter-divisional Group.

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    Tritscher

    Angelika Tritscher

    Danone, The Netherlands

    Angelika Tritscher is the Global Food Safety Director for the Danone’s Specialised Nutrition Division since 2019, assuring the safety of the products in the early life and medical nutrition business. Before she was WHO’s Risk Assessment and Management Coordinator for its Food Safety and Zoonoses Department.

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    Verstraete

    Frans Verstraete

    European Commission, Belgium

    Frans Verstraete works in the European Commission in the Direction General SANTE and is responsible for legislation on contaminants.

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