2nd International Conference on Food Chemistry and Nutrition

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  • (1888PressRelease) December 08, 2016 - The prestigious 2nd International Conference on Food Chemistry and Nutrition to be held on July 24-26, 2017 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada will focus on the theme "Where food meets science: Exploring recent advances in food research and business". We are confident that you will enjoy the Scientific Program of this upcoming Conference.

    This Conference will bring together practitioners, industrialists, researchers and educators from around the world who are engaged in the fields of indigenous food products, food safety, functional foods, bioactive ingredients, nutritional factors, traditional and alternative medicine, dietary management . The Conference will highlight significant developments in research and innovations in agricultural, food, nutritional, pharmaceutical and medical technologies, with an emphasis on health and wellness. The Conference will feature a series of presentations and discussions in plenary, concurrent and poster sessions, informal gatherings, and exhibitions.

    Website: http://foodchemistry.conferenceseries.com/

    Food Chemistry 2017 Annual Conference will offer 16 panel tracks, providing you with plenty of choices for where to submit your proposal. They are:
    Chemistry of Food
    Food and Nutrition
    Human Nutrition
    Food Security
    Livestock Nutrition
    Food Safety
    Food Science and Technology
    Functionality and Behaviour of Hydrocolloids
    Food Testing and Analysis
    Food Storage and Preservation
    Food Waste and Recycling
    Herbs, Spices and Essential Oils
    Recent Advancement in Food Science and Food Business
    Health and Medicine

    Now's your opportunity to submit a proposal for the 2017 Annual Conference that combines a practitioner's experience with the best scholarly research has to offer.

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