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Diagnostic solutions expert Romer Labs will be putting Ergot Alkaloids under the microscope tomorrow in the first of a webinar series on emerging food safety issues.

The webinar, Ergot Alkaloids: From Witchcraft to Biotechnology, which takes place on Thursday 28 March, will see professionals in the field explore the origins and the impact of ergotism in humans and animals.

They will also share contemporary analytical advances and application methods in light of recent regulations in Europe, Canada and Australia. Register for the Romer Labs ergot alkaloid webinar here.

A second webinar takes place on May 20 and will concentrate on food allergens in collaboration with Jasmine Lacis-Lee from the Allergen Bureau, the chief industry body representing allergen management in the food industry in Australia and New Zealand.

Topics to be discussed in the allergen management webinar range from recent analytical developments to current allergen management strategies.

Romer Labs is a provider of diagnostic solutions for the agriculture, food and feed industries and the series of two webinars will focus on analysing contaminants such as mycotoxins, food allergens, and food pathogens in food and feed throughout the production and supply chain.

The series of Romer Labs webinars aims to provide food safety professionals with insight into the latest regulations, current and emerging analytical trends as well as industry perspectives for safe food compliance.

“Romer Labs is constantly at the forefront of diagnostic technology in our mission to make the world’s food safer,” Romer Labs Asia managing director Yong Wee Liau said. “The webinars are designed to help manufacturers ensure that their food and feed products are in compliance with regulations and industry standards.”

 

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