FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Dr. Jinjing ZHANG – Deputy Director-General, Department of Food Safety Inspection, China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) – will be the keynote guest instructor at our next Executive Education February 7-8-9, 2017, East Lansing, Michigan. This will offer a very unique opportunity to hear a perspective from China in an educational setting focusing on ‘strategy & policy.’
Food Fraud Business Executive Education Short Course
- February 7-8-9*, 2017, MSU– OPEN REGISTRATION
- July 18-19-20*, 2017, MSU (Tentative, based on FSMA & GFSI demand)
- September 26-27-28*, 2017, MSU
*NOTE: The first day starts at 1pm and the last day ends at Noon for each of the above sessions. (This schedule allows for arriving the morning of the first day and returning home the third day.)
Food Fraud Initial Screening (FFIS) Vulnerability Workshop
- February 9-10*, 2017, MSU – OPEN REGISTRATION
- July 20-21*, 2017, MSU (Tentative, based on FSMA & GFSI demand)
- September 28-29* 2017, MSU
*NOTE The first day starts at 1pm and the last day ends at Noon for each of the above sessions. (This course is scheduled to follow the Food Fraud Business Executive Education course if you are attending both.)
Dr. Zhang (CFDA)
Dr. Zhang’s participation supports our MSU FFI focus on strategy and policy. He has a range of experiences that provide insight, including as a Technical Officer of food safety for the World Health Organization (WPRO/WHO), and the Codex Secretariat for the FAO/WHO Joint Food Standard Program.
Global Policy & Strategy
The Chinese market is important as a market for imports to China, as a supplier of exports to the USA and world, and for their own domestic consumption. CFDA works closely with our other research colleagues at the Chinese National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment (CFSA) and the Chinese Center for Disease Control Beijing (CCDC). CFDA has a focus on policy and regulation while CFSA’s is on implementation and monitoring. CCDC is the agency that coordinates national public health monitoring.
Presentation at Executive Education: “Chinese Food Safety Law Update and the Food Fraud Focus.”
China has one of the most comprehensive new food safety laws that split a focus on “traditional” and “non-traditional” issues. They have continued to evolve and expand their focus on detecting and preventing food fraud.
For our February 7-8-9 Executive Education we have this very special opportunity to interact with a thought leader who is also an application leader. Please contact us if you have any questions. Registration is still open – see www.FoodFraud.msu.edu. JWS.
Contact: Dr. John Spink, Director & Assistant Professor, Food Fraud Initiative, Michigan State University, email@example.com, www.FoodFraud.msu.edu, Phone: (517) 381-4491