Meeting to focus on global food sustainability

by World Grain Staff
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LONDON, ENGLAND — Leading international experts from the agrochemical and crop industry, key policymakers and regulators are meeting in Amsterdam Oct. 29-30 to take part in the 4th Annual CropWorld Global 2013 Conference.

Taking place in conjunction with the world's largest agricultural trade show, CropWorld Global, the conference will emphasize the latest developments in the industry's key segments: crop production, crop protection, water resource and Irrigation, agricultural R&D, plant breeding, agriculture in developing countries, global food security and agricultural supply chain.

The CropWorld Global 2013 Conference  program  was uniquely designed to explore the best practices in all of the industry's crucial segments. The breakthrough findings will be shared by a range of distinguished international speakers, including:

•Salvatore Amodeo , trade policy advisor on biotechnology - Europe & Asia, Office of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Textile Affairs, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, U.S. Department of State (U.S.).
•Robert Sturdy, member, European Parliament (U.K.). 
•Ian Boyd, chief scientific advisor, Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (U.K.).
•Igor Teslenko, marketing director Europe, Middle East & Africa, DuPont Crop Protection (U.S.). 
•Jan Kees Vis, global director sustainable sourcing development, Unilever R&D (Netherlands). 
•Peter Erik Ywema, general manager, Sustainable Agriculture Initiative (SAI) Platform (Belgium). 

To download the conference brochure including a list of the expert speakers and to register visit: http://www.cropworld-global.com/

CropWorld Global 2013 is organized by UBM in association with the British Crop Production Council (BCPC). UBM uses its experience in overseas markets to complement and build on the annual CropWorld conferences and exhibitions by running regional events in the key crop producing geographic regions of the world.


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