Yiannas will kick off the event on October 21 in Schaumburg, IL.
Meat-alternatives are bringing new food safety concerns to the already complex supply chain.
Many of the hot topics surround compliance, from FSMA to food fraud and adulteration to romaine lettuce contamination.
The agency also advises against consuming romaine lettuce that does not have labeling information indicating the region from which the product was harvested.
The event will take place October 21–23, 2020 in Schaumburg, IL.
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