08:00 - 17:00
Four Points by Sheraton
The 2019 annual Food Packaging Forum (FPF) Workshop will take place on October 24, 2019 under the theme “Improving the chemical safety of food contact articles: Accelerating science and innovation.” The event will feature high profile speakers and offer an international platform for exchanging views and ideas with stakeholders across the field of food contact materials (FCMs).
The FPF Workshop is a one-of-a-kind event in the field of FCMs to learn about recent developments in science, business, advocacy, and regulation. As in previous years, this 7th edition of the FPF Workshop will be an excellent opportunity for networking.
Registration is open to attend the workshop using the online form below. In addition to joining the workshop in Zurich, registration is also open for joining a live webinar of the entire event for a minimal registration fee. This allows anyone anywhere the opportunity to follow the speaker presentations, Q&As, and the podium discussion.
This year’s workshop is pleased to welcome an impressive range of presenters as outlined in the program below. Additional speakers and presentation titles will be confirmed and posted here soon.
For questions or inquiries related to the workshop, please contact events(at)fp-forum.org.
|08:00||Registration and Coffee|
|09:00||Prof. Dr. Martin Scheringer, Food Packaging Forum Foundation, Switzerland|
|09:05||Prof. Dr. Thomas Backhaus, University of Gothenburg, Sweden|
|09:30||Prof. Dr. Ana Soto, Tufts University, United States|
|10:30||Dr. Konrad Grob, EFSA Panel on Food Contact Materials, Enzymes, and Processing Aids|
|11:00||Mette Holm, Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, Denmark|
|11:30||Regulatory Perspective (to be confirmed)|
|13:00||Dr. Arturo Castillo Castillo, Imperial College London, United Kingdom|
|Podium: Innovations for improving the safety of food contact articles|
|13:30||Prof. Dr. Laurette Dubé, McGill University, Canada|
|13:45||Peter Schelstraete, ubuntoo, United States|
|14:00||Michael Belliveau, Environmental Health Strategy Center, United States|
|14:15||Marcel Bosma, SABIC and Plastics Europe, the Netherlands|
|14:30||Jan Leyssens, Regenerative Design, Belgium|
|14:45||Coca-Cola (to be confirmed)|
|16:30||Conclusions and Closing|