The way we get our food from farm to table, the food system, is a shared responsibility and it continues to evolve. Join us on February 11th for an exciting conversation with Frank Yiannas, FDA’s Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response, as he discusses new initiatives and innovations that will result in a more digital, traceable, and safer food system.
The webinar will address following questions:
- Real world examples of how innovation is being used to solve food system challenges
- Lessons learned from COVID to build a more resilient and interoperable food system
- Why food safety culture is important, for both food producers and consumers
- How our changing food system got to where it is today, and where it’s headed
You can register for the webinar by submitting your information on the link below.
About the Speaker:
Frank Yiannas: Frank is the Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. He is the principal advisor to the FDA Commissioner on food safety policies, including implementation of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act. His leadership role covers a broad spectrum, such as outbreak response, traceback investigations, product recall activities, and supply chain innovation. Mr. Yiannas came to the FDA from leadership roles with Walmart and the Walt Disney Company. He has long been recognized for his role in elevating food safety standards and building food safety management systems based on science and risk.