Association of Analytical Communities
The origins of the Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC) is rooted in food safety. It was the recognition that the quality of analytical results directly influence the regulatory decisions in public health and trade, and importantly, the protection of the consumer, that lead to the creation of the Association of Agricultural Chemists in 1884.
Food Safety Regulations are put in place to protect the consumer. In order to ensure compliance to regulations, testing is required. The quality of the test results impact positively or negatively on whether or not a product is compliant or not.
The Sub-Saharan Africa Section of the AOAC INTERNATIONAL will have its inaugural meeting, on 5-7 November 2018, at The Farm Inn Conference Centre and Hotel in Pretoria South Africa.
The aim of this meeting is to stimulate discussions to improve Analytical Standards and the quality of testing by leveraging the collective knowledge and expertise of all attendees to assure food safety, public health and trade; technical information about changes and advances in methodology; and access to techniques and applications.
Registration is open, so please click on the link to register today.
The Meeting is designed to be an integral part of your learning experience, with a superb range of new services and technologies to examine featuring leading suppliers to the analytical communities. The Meeting offers an outstanding opportunity to learn about resources available to enhance both your individual and company performance.