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Safe food is essential to everyone's health. Around the world, governments and businesses share the enormous responsibility for safeguarding food. This challenging job happens to benefit immensely from multilateral knowledge sharing, collaboration, and dialogue. And that is exactly what the China International Food Safety & Quality (CIFSQ) Conference hopes to achieve.

With its focus on professional education and networking, the China International Food Safety & Quality (CIFSQ) Conference in 2020 once again brought together global experts to address critical issues and enhance food safety.

FSSC 22000 team members Li Yu, the FSSC China Liaison, and Aldin Hilbrands, FSSC Technical Director, were speakers at this year’s CIFSQ Conference and presented the topic “Data Management by a Certification Programme Owner” in the session “The Future of Audits.”

Their topic attracted over 50 spectators, which was considerable, as the CIFSQ was hosting seven other parallel sessions at that time.

If you would like to know more about the CIFSQ Conference and keep up to date with their news, head to the official website.

Li Yu presenting at the 2020 CISFQ Conference in Shanghai
"Food safety concerns the health of everyone, and is one of the top concerns of the people. More targeted, effective and practical measures must be taken to address issues that worry the people the most, such as pesticide residues on fruits, vegetables, and crops, adulterated food, and sanitary conditions of kitchens. Standards in the food industry is the fundamental framework for food safety. The establishment and improvement of a standard system, is essential to bring China’s standards in line with the international standards as soon as possible. Supervision must be strengthened over every phase of food production, circulation and consumption, and social forces should be encouraged to take part in the supervision."
Chinese Vice Premier Han Zheng | Head of the National Food Safety Commission, State Council, P.R.C.