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Fi Conferences to Organise FoodLytica 2012 in New Delhi

PR Newswire | 09 Aug, 2012
Fi Conferences to Organise FoodLytica 2012 in New Delhi From October 30 - November 02, 2012

NEW DELHI: India is on one of the most attractive markets globally for food and beverages, and a significant importance is now attached to ensuring the safety and quality of these products by domestic food processors. This can be majorly attributed to the rapidly changing dynamics of the Indian markets with additionally stringent regulatory implications, increasingly aware set of consumer base and extensive penetration of MNCs.

Fi Conferences is launching FoodLytica 2012 at New Delhi from 30 October 2012 - 2 November 2012, focusing on these issues and led by renowned experts in food safety and quality testing methodologies. Here from the FSSAI and the NABL on the regulatory standards and get solutions to complicated issues of Traceability, SOPs and SSOPS, Chemical Analysis, Microbiological Testing, Nutrient Profiling, Validation of Test Methods, Calibration of Instruments and many more.

Some of the industry experts speaking at this conference include Dr Srinivasa Bhat, Nestle; Dr Rahul Singh, Dabur; Mr K V Shashikumar Unilever; Mr Shailesh Ghodekar,  Marico; and Dr N K Kansara, BIS-CL along with experts from established research institutes like Dr Roy Betts, Campden BRI-UK, Dr KC Gupta, Indian Institute of Toxicology Research(IITR); Dr Lalitha Gowda, Central Food Technology Research Institute(CFTRI); Dr R R Mallya Institute of Food Technology and Management(IFTM) and Mr Udai Saxena, UKSOLUTIONS & AFSTI.


Also benefit from exclusive technology presentation and instrument training on GC-MS/MS led by Bruker Corporation, LC-MS/MS and IC-PMS led by Agilent Technologies; a focused day on Food Safety Training led by Mr Tom Chestnut, Vice President, Food Safety Global Division, NSF International and a must-attend workshop on Rapid Microbiological Testing led by Dr Roy Betts, HOD Microbiology, Campden BRI as well as a workshop on Sampling Techniques led by Dr Deepa Bhajekar, Managing Director, MicroChem Silliker  with an additional site visit to TUV SUD South Asia.

FoodLytica 2012 will bring together the VPs, Directors and heads of quality assurance, quality control, quality management, quality systems & operations, food safety, corporate quality assurance, food technology, analytical development, lab operations and senior food scientists from Indian food processing and beverage companies as well as international organisations and institutes to share their expertise on the latest methodologies for testing the safety and quality of F&B products.

About UBM India:

UBM India is a subsidiary of UBM plc, which is the second largest independent exhibition organiser in the world. It is the largest trade exhibition organiser in India, responsible for 26 exhibitions in different locations across the country. The company is also involved in the organisation of conference programmes throughout India and in the publications of trade journals and magazines. For further details please visit the UBM India website,

Primary Media Contact : Asan Bano,,, 91-22-40461466, 91-22-66122602


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