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Aktuelle Herausforderungen für die Süßwarenindustrie durch die EU-Monitoring-Empfehlungen | Event on the ISM - the world's largest trade fair for sweets and snacks

Current Challenges for the Confectionery Industry Due to EU-Monitoring Recommendations

from Bundesverband der Deutschen Süßwarenindustrie e.V. - BDSI
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Bundesverband der Deutschen Süßwarenindustrie e.V. - BDSI
Schumannstr. 4 -6
53113 Bonn

The event

The three-part lecture deals with the legal basis, the food chemical background and analytical challenges as well as the administration of collected data at EU level. Current developments on topics such as mineral oil hydrocarbons and Acrylamide as well as new EU monitoring recommendations on contaminants such as Furans and their alkyl analogues, Alternaria toxins and Glycoalkaloids are discussed. The process of method development, analysis and data transfer as well as legal classification and safety assessment poses challenges for the confectionery industry.


Legal Framework of current EU-Monitoring recommendations

Peter Liesen, Managing Director, Association of the German Confectionery Industry (BDSI e.V.), Bonn, Germany 

Overview of already ongoing procedures and new monitoring programmes of the EU with regard to the regulation of contaminants in food and the special challenge for the confectionery industry

Dr. Frank Heckel, Director, Food Chemistry Institute of BDSI e. V., Cologne, Germany

Challenges and current systems in use for data collection in the trade association and data sharing with relevant bodies

Eleonora Alquati, Senior Regulatory and Scientific Affairs Manager, CAOBISCO, Brussels, Belgium

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Senior Regulatory and Scientific Affairs Manager

Managing Director