A global food integrity conference with a focus on New Zealand’s supply chain with China is to be held in Auckland on 13 and 14 July. The Food Integrity Conference 2016 aims to provide a forum for discussion on issues facing food producers in New Zealand and China.

Speakers have been gathered from New Zealand and China. The conference is being organised by New Zealand company Asia Pacific Centre for Food Integrity. Its Executive Director, Dr Helen Darling, says there is great potential for New Zealand to play globally as a leader in food safety and security.

For registration and programme details, including the speaker line-up, go to the conference website here.