The Food Safety Summit is going virtual!

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The Food Safety Summit has release the following statement regarding to the 2020 summit going virtual on October 19-22

As we continue to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, BNP Events and The Food Safety Summit staff have determined that proceeding with a physical in person event would not be conducive to the health and safety of our attendees, exhibitors, sponsors, and staff at this time.

This unusual and unprecedented situation has pushed us to re-imagine The Food Safety Summit as an industry-leading, fully interactive virtual experience. We’re excited about the results and we think you’ll be pleased as well!

Register here.

You can see previous information about the reschedule here.

Register now to access all the community, education, and solutions The Virtual Food Safety Summit has to offer!
Your virtual ticket includes:
Flexible scheduling
All sessions streaming on-demand through April 2021
Virtual networking
Live chat & appointment making
Engage with experienced food safety professionals


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