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15 April 2020
We are pleased to announce that Africa Food Manufacturing Featuring Fi Africa & ProPak MENA will now take place from 11-13 October 2020 at Cairo International Convention Center in Cairo. We wish to assure you that your registration for the show remains valid for the new dates.Visitors registration will be re-open soon.
Looking forward to welcoming you in Cairo later this year!
As plant-based product launches continue to diversify, there is a rising expectation from consumers that yogurt and dessert alternatives should taste as good as dairy.
You may have noticed people using the terms ‘food hygiene’ and ‘food safety’ interchangeably and wondered whether there’s a difference between the two. While they do overlap, they’re not directly interchangeable from a compliance perspective. Therefore, it’s important to recognize the difference between food hygiene and food safety.
Egypt’s central location, large consumer base and impressive reform programme is attracting growing interest from the global food and beverage sector.
Food supply chains now cross multiple national borders. Good collaboration between governments, producers and consumers helps ensure food safety.
In order to identify hazards and control them before they threaten the safety of food and the health of customers, food businesses implement food safety management systems based on the principles of HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points). However, there are three basic principles which prevent introduction of food safety hazards in food.
As the global coronavirus pandemic continues to run rampant, across the world packaged goods are in high demand. PKN asked World Packaging Organisation president Pierre Pienaar to share his views on the role of packaging in a pandemic.
It takes several steps to get food from the farm or fishery to the dining table. We call these steps the food production chain. Contamination can occur at any point along the chain—during production, processing, distribution, or preparation. Understanding where and how it can happen makes prevention easier.
The novel corona-virus pandemic is already affecting global food supply chains, availability of ingredients and revenues across many parts of the industry. What are some of the major impacts, and what can food companies do to mitigate its effects?