Start Date and Time
May 22, 2013 4:00 PM
End date and time
May 22, 2013 6:00 PM
(GMT+08:00) Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi
Deloitte Conference Room
35/F, One Pacific Place,
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Regulators, Practitioners and Entrepreneur sharing their views in Food Safety Controls in Hong Kong
No food manufacturer will disagree that food safety is a good idea. Above and beyond the obvious – it’s not in your best interests to harm or alienate customers – you care about food safety because it’s good business. The bad publicity, damage to the brand, loss of sales, and expense of a recall can be devastating. In 2012, by the time the lid blew off what was going on inside XL Foods’ Lakeside Packers meat plant, with an outbreak of 18 cases of E. coli poisoning in Canada, millions of kilograms of meat have been discarded in dumps and more than 1,500 beef products have been recalled from across Canada, the U.S. and as far away as Hong Kong.
According to a recent study, 60% of today's consumers are concerned about the safety of the foods they eat. Less than 20% trust food companies to produce and sell safe foods. Governments are responding to the problem by enacting new laws. These issues are of critical importance to businesses in every part of the food supply chain – from farmers and food producers to distributors, food service companies, product manufacturers and retailers. So when will you start to, and how can you help safety to get as much attention as, say, sales growth or cost control?
Topics that will be addressed include:
food safety controls in Hong Kong
recent updates in food safety regulations
key to success in food industry
common market practices
This seminar will be hosted by the Principal of Deloitte ERS, Charles Andrew Ellis, and will feature the following presenters:
Food safety control in Hong Kong & recent updates in food safety regulations
Dr. HO Yuk Yin, JP
Consultant (Community Medicine) (Risk Assessment & Communication)
Dr. LEE Siu Yuen, JP
Assistant Director (Food Surveillance and Control)
Key to success in food industry
Date: 22 May 2013 (Wednesday)
Registration: 15:30 – 16:00;
Seminar: 16:00 – 18:00
Venue: Deloitte Conference Room, 35/F, One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, HK
Duration: 2 hours
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Fee: Free of charge
A certificate of attendance will be presented to participants upon request.
Event registration is closed.