Bureau Veritas Food Certification Expert to Speak at Food Safety Summit India

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Vinod Panickar of Bureau Veritas Certification will lend his expertise on the latest Food Safety Management System to the conference

This summit will bring together some of the top food safety experts in the world, including Panickar who is an authority on the most recent regulations and processes for keeping food safe with Bureau Veritas.

Bureau Veritas, a company that consistently leads the way in regulations regarding health, safety and quality, will send one of its top experts in the field of food certification to speak at the Food Safety Summit India 2011. Vinod Panickar, along with Praveen Gangahar of the Quality Council of India, will discuss the latest Food Safety Management System (FSMS) and how to successfully implement it in various organizations.

The Food Safety Summit India is a two-day conference set to be held at the end of November in Mumbai. It will focus on the rules and regulations that surround the food safety industry, including recent legislation in India. The summit hopes to highlight how to minimize foodborne illness, how to prevent allergens and microbiological risks and how to conduct food recalls.

This summit will bring together some of the top food safety experts in the world, including Panickar who is an authority on the most recent regulations and processes for keeping food safe with Bureau Veritas.

As one of the foremost food safety certification services in the world, Bureau Veritas has a lot of experience handling such global standards as SQF certification (safe, quality food) and BRC Food Standard for food safety certification (British Retail Consortium). These audits help provide the highest-quality of food safety for the public.

By participating in the Food Safety Summit India and similar conferences, Bureau Veritas helps educate the public and the industry on the latest food safety issues and techniques.

About Bureau Veritas
Bureau Veritas is an internationally-recognized leader in conformity assessment and certification services. The company was created in 1828 and its focus is helping clients improve their performance by offering services and solutions to ensure that their products, infrastructures and processes meet standards and regulations in terms of health and safety, quality, environmental protection and social responsibility. With more than 48,000 employees in more than 140 countries, Bureau Veritas is accredited by major organizations worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.us.bureauveritas.com.

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