DIFSCDubai International Food Safety Conference
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Ameenah Mohammad, head of DIFSC's scientific committee, said the seminar was in line with the launch of a strategic plan to develop the Islamic economy sector by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
Ameenah, who is also the director of Dubai Municipality's accreditation department and the head of the DIFSC organising committee, added that Dubai's strengths can be used to create an international centre for halal food accreditation.
Speaking to Khaleej Times on the sidelines of the 9th Dubai International Food Safety Conference (DIFSC) on Sunday, Al Awadhi said it is high time that eateries raised their standards to make Dubai the best place to dine in.
Earlier, Director-General of Dubai Municipality Hussain Nasser Lootah inaugurated the DIFSC. "During the four days of conferences and workshops, participants get the opportunity to meet international food safety industry experts and share knowledge," Lootah said.
M., Principal Food Inspection Officer at Dubai Municipality, said: "The DIFSC brings food safety professionals from across the globe under one room and prides itself on providing an ideal platform for the food safety community to come, work together, learn, share, and mutually benefit -- this is firmly reflected by the resounding number of people who attend the event each year.
"The civic body is proud to declare that the DIFSC has become one of the international gathering of food safety professionals in a record time, as it started in 2006 in a small hall with 200 participants and reached to above 1,200 participants in its eighth edition to the extent that the registration committee was forced to close the registration for workshops in a short time after its declaration."
A special seminar on the issues related to halal food will be a highlight at the 8th Dubai International Food Safety Conference (DIFSC) scheduled to be held on November 18 and 19.
Presenting a paper on the 'Present and the Future of Food Outbreak Investigation and Surveillance in Dubai' at the seventh Dubai International Food Safety Conference (DIFSC), Alraeesi said tying up with PulseNet will help Dubai in tracking the most common pathogens' serotype to the source or to the epidemic geographical areas and to take appropriate preventive actions against newly detected serotypes around the world.