NAFFS Technical Meeting

  • 17 Jun 2014
  • 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

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NAFFS TECHNICAL MEETING

held in conjunction with
Rutgers University Food Science Department


Presents

“Challenges of Supply Chain Integrity”

June 17, 2014
Rutgers University
Trayes Hall at Douglas Campus Student Center, 100 George Street
New Brunswick, N.J.


Over the past few years U.S. businesses have increasingly relied on suppliers and sub-suppliers from around the world who delivered on their promises of efficiencies and cost. However, these benefits are now being tempered by a combination of forces: greater regulatory scrutiny in the U.S.; an altered manufacturing landscape overseas; shortages of raw materials; volatility in energy prices; the fluctuating dollar...the list goes on and on. With adulterators getting smarter, what can YOU do to protect your company both domestically and globally? How will the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) impact the supply chain? What do you need to do to comply? What new requirements will be needed from suppliers? What analytical methods can be used for product authentication? This program will address the top challenges facing our companies today and how we can become less vulnerable to this rapidly changing supplier landscape to better manage our supply chain and imports.

Program

“FSMA’s Impact on the Supply Chain”
 Bob Bauer, Executive Director, NAFFS

“Challenges and Recent Incidents Related to Supply Chain Integrity”
 John Hallagan, Senior Advisor, General Counsel, FEMA

“Weeding out Mislabeled and/or Misrepresented Products through Analytical Testing”
 Chuck Manley, Ph.D., Charles Manley LLC

“Leading Practices In the Management of Supply Chain Product Integrity”
 Roger Lawrence, Corporate VP Worldwide Quality Assurance, McCormick & Company

Q and A Panel Session Led by Bob Weeks, Moderator
Bob Weeks, Weeks Communications, LLC

THANKS TO OUR CORPORATE SPONSORS
NAFFS would like to thank the following sponsors who helped underwrite the cost of this event:

Berje, Inc.

Bontoux, Inc.

Citrus & Allied Essences, Ltd.

David Michael & Co., Inc.

Global Essence, Inc.

iniTECH, Inc.

Medallion International

Pearlchem

Prova, Inc.

Scarinci & Hollenbeck

Sethness Products Company

Schedule

8:30 AM      Registration and Continental Breakfast
9 AM          Program begins with an exciting lineup of speakers
11 AM        Mid-Morning Break
12:30 PM    Networking Lunch and Presentation of Rutgers new Center of Food Nutrition & Health
2 PM        Tour of Rutgers Food Science Department (optional)

Registration Fee: 
NAFFS & FEMA Members: $95 / Non-members: $125
Rutgers Food Science Students: No charge

Registration fee includes Continental Breakfast, attendance at the program, lunch, all handouts provided by the speakers, and tour.

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