The Global Feed Safety Summit, a much-needed in-person event

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The Global Feed Safety Summit, a much-needed in-person event

The Global Feed Safety Summit, organised by GMP+ and All About Feed, goes full steam ahead and will focus on future challenges in the feed and food chain. Realising that professionals from the feed industry are craving an in-person event, the agenda has been for the 3-day event to be held from 6-8 April in Berlin, Germany.

Click here to register for the Global Feed Safety Summit

All preparations for the Global Feed Safety Summit have been finalised. The event’s location at the impressive and spacious Berlin Congress Center (BCC) has been booked, the hotel options for attendees are now available and, last but not least, the lineup of speakers has been confirmed. In April, Berlin is the place to be to actively take part in a discussion to set the agenda for the very important subject of feed safety for the years to come. We are counting down!

The programme:

Day 1 (Wednesday 6 April): Food for thought

We begin by exploring the many challenges facing the feed and food chain today. You’ll hear from renowned international experts about the current state of feed safety, market developments, and other topics that will leave their mark on the industry in the decades to come, like climate change, sustainability, the circular economy, globalisation and regional sourcing.

Day 2 (Thursday 7 April): Exchanging opinions

Inspired? Motivated? Eager? Get it off your chest and join the discussion! On day 2 we level up the discussion and encourage YOU to participate in the dialogue because all voices need to be heard. With promising sessions about sustainability, feed and food security, knowledge-sharing and digitalisation, we are in for a good number of lively debates!

Day 3 (Friday 8 April): Setting the agenda

On the third and final day of the summit, conclusions will be drawn, and our sights will be set forward. This will happen by way of panel discussions, surprising and interesting guests, and closing statements. We will leave Berlin with some challenges, but more importantly, many more opportunities and a clear agenda for a healthy and sustainable industry – and feed safety worldwide.

Click here to explore our line-up of speakers and register to take part.

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Fabian Brockotter Editor in chief Poultry World
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