Published On: October 30 , 2023Categories: Uncategorized

EFFoST will land at the Valencia Conference Centre from the 6 to 8 November.

EFFoST2023 will exhibit the most recent scientific breakthroughs and advancements in technology for new ingredients and cuisine.

The EFFoST International Conference is a distinguished academic event focused on food science and technology. This conference offers a platform for prominent researchers, scientists, policy makers, professionals, and students of diverse food-related backgrounds to exchange cutting-edge research and developments in the field.

The European Green Deal and the Sustainable Development Goals necessitate that the food industry devises innovative and sustainable practices to accelerate the shift to sustainable food systems, guaranteeing food security, nutrition, and public health. EFFoST2023 will exhibit the most recent scientific breakthroughs and advancements in technology for new ingredients and cuisine. This conference will facilitate effective solutions and support the objective of providing adequate, secure, nourishing, and sustainable food access to all.

As stated by the congress organisers: “The communication between EFFoST, our professional congress organiser, and the Conference Centre team is excellent and proactive.” Additionally, the high-quality facilities have been further enhanced by the recent improvements.”

Why the Valencia Conference Centre to host EFFoST?

The EFFoST conference’s location is determined by evaluating the scientific programme’s standard, the institution’s standing, and whether the destination and venue meet the EFFoST International Conference’s criteria. This encompasses the conference venue amenities, dates of availability, ease of international travel to and from the city, and accommodation alternatives. EFFoST2023 is hosted by the University of Valencia, a premier public research institution in Spain, and the Institute of Agrochemistry and Food Technology of the Spanish National Research Council (IATA-CISC), Europe’s third-largest research organisation and the largest public research institution in Spain.

They stated: “the challenge of organising an event of this scale is finding a venue that features a sizable auditorium for hosting plenary sessions accommodating 800 delegates, as well as plentiful breakout spaces for accommodating sometimes more than six concurrent sessions, while also possessing ample exhibition space for displaying hundreds of posters and exhibitor booths. Not all conference facilities offer such flexibility. The Valencia Conference Centre is ideal for our needs and will enable us to grow the conference.”