On Tuesday, January 29, 2013, the American Feed Industry Association and the USPOULTRY Poultry Protein and Fat Council will sponsor the sixth annual Pet Food Conference on the first day of the International Production & Processing Expo. The forum will feature a number of sessions addressing topics ranging from regulatory issues to the technical aspects of petfood production, food safety, marketing and use of ingredients.
The day-long conference, held from 8:00 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. in Room B-401/402 of the Georgia World Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, will feature several experts discussing topics impacting today’s petfood and petfood ingredient manufacturers. Speakers include those from the Center of Disease Control, the US Food and Drug Administration, the Association of American Feed Control Officials and Eurofins.
The Pet Food Conference fee is US$80 before January 11, 2013. View the full schedule of events at: http://www.afia.org/AFIA/Files/IPPE%202012/Agenda%20as%20of%20Nov%207.pdf.
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