WORKSHOP NEW FOOD SAFETY APPROACH - PREVENTIVE CONTROLS IN FOOD FOR HUMANS
What does the FSMA establish to export food to the United States? Does my company comply with the new food safety requirements for export? These are some of the topics that the director of the FDA-LSQA program, Gisela Kopper, will address.
Participate in the Workshop New Approach in Food Safety - Preventive Controls in Foods for Humans
Does my company comply with the new food safety requirements for export? What standards ensure food safety and quality? What does the FSMA establish to export food to the United States?
These are some of the topics that will be addressed in the workshop, by the director of the FDA-LSQA program, Gisela Kopper, to be held on April 11 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Club de los Industriales (Avenida Italia 6101).
Kopper is an engineer in food and has more than 25 years of experience in management of technological innovation, food safety, processing and packaging. Currently, she is the director of the FDA-LSQA program.
The activity is aimed at agro-food exporting companies or that intend to start in this regard.
Uruguay produces food for almost 28 million people, with the potential to feed 50 million. Uruguayan products are recognized in the world for their quality and safety. In 2017, Uruguay exported USD 4.955 million worth of food to more than 140 destinations, which represented 56% of its export matrix.
The event is organized jointly by LSQA, the Chamber of Industries of Uruguay (CIU) with the Impulsa Alimentos Program, the National Chamber of Commerce and Services of Uruguay (CNCS), the National Vocational Training Institute (INEFOP) and Uruguay XXI.
Free activity with registration