EU-China-Safe conference 2021

EU-China-Safe is partner of the China International Food Safety & Quality Conference (CIFSQ 2021), October 27 - 28, 2021, Beijing, China.


EU-China Safe: China Intergovernmental Cooperation on S&T Innovation / EU Horizon 2020 Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology Flagship Project

EU-China-Safe (Delivering an Effective, Resilient and Sustainable EU-China Food Safety Partnership, aims to mobilise resources in Europe and China to develop a cohesive partnership that will deliver a shared vision for food safety and authenticity and work towards "mutual recognition".
Representatives of national and international agencies, food safety authorities, governmental and commercial laboratories, academia and industry are welcome to learn more about development and implementation of best practice within the EU and China that will enhance food safety, deter food fraud, restore consumer trust, deliver mutual recognition of data and standards and support the flow of agri-food trade between the two trading blocks to promote economic growth. All will be covered by the EU-China Joint Laboratory Network, virtual 'Reference laboratory 2020' (RL2020) that will be used as a "showcase" to communicate and demonstrate best practice.


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International Collaboration to Establish Standards that Combat Food Fraud and Protect Food Integrity

Research on Efficient Detection Technology of Risk Factors Meat Adulteration

Application of Digital DNA Technology in Food Authenticity

Occurrence of Perchlorate in Foodstuffs: Analytical Methodology Development and the Chinese Dietary Exposure

Setting up RL2020: Validation of GC-MS/MS Analysis of Dioxins and Dioxin-Like Polychlorobiphenyls in Foods

Hapten Design and Synthesis, Monoclonal Antibody Production and Immunoassays Development for Nitrofurans

Research and Application of Wine Authenticity Identification Technology

Application of Blockchain Technology in Pork Food Production

International Tea Authenticity Program

How to Best Anticipate Food Fraud Vulnerability and Mitigate Risks Through Robust Governance

Current Challenges in Pesticide Residues Analysis

Development and Application of a LC-MS/MS Method for Analysing Bound Nitrofuran Residues in Meat, Including New Marker Chemistries

Development and Validation of a Method for Quantification 15 Antiviral Drugs Against Influenza in Poultry Muscle Using LC -MS/MS

Investigating the Presence of SARS-CoV -2 in Selected Foods and Food Production Environments Using Harmonised RT-qPCR and WvGS Protocols

Enhancing European Consumer Trust in Food: Chinese Garlic Case Study