1 4th International Congress on Advances in food chemistry and Technology About Conference Pulsus successfully completed the 2nd International Congress on Advances in Food Chemistry and Technology in Toronto, Canada during September 14-15, With the success of the previous conference, Food chemistry 2019 welcomes attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to Philadelphia, USA. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the 4th International Congress on Advances in food chemistry and Technology ( Food Chemistry 2019) which is going to be held during June 10-11, Food Chemistry 2019 gives you an opportunity to present keynote talks, Oral presentation, exhibitions and discussion in learning, making new connection and to gather with world-class educators, researchers, Young researchers all over the world. We hope that you will make use of this opportunity to join us at our conference and make it successful by your participation. The main scope of the conference Food Chemistry 2019 is to understand the study of production, processing, distribution, preparation, evaluation, and utilization of food chemical processes and interactions of all biological and non-biological components of foods. It is our ideology to bring maximum exposure to our attendees, so we make sure the event is a blend of professionals such as Food Chemists, Dieticians, Researchers, Students working in the field of food technology and Researchers. Food Chemistry 2019 is an annual meeting of Food Chemistry organizations as well as committees to discuss the future of the Food Chemistry in terms of collaboration, structures and organizational development. Why to attend: With members from around the world focused on learning about Food Chemistry and its advances this is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Food Chemistry community. Presentations, meet with current and potential scientist with new discoveries in the Food Chemistry and receive name recognition at this 2-day event. World renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in Food Biotechnology, Food Processing, Food Safety and Quality Control, Food Waste Management are hallmarks of this conference. Target Audience: Food Researchers Healthcare Faculties Professors Food chemists Scientists Health care Institutions Dietitians Food Technologist Medical collages Industrial Professionals Training Institutions
2 Business Entrepreneurs Directors/Managers/CEO s Presidents & Vice Presidents Brand Manufacturers/ Marketers of Consumer Products Marketing, Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives Educational Institutions Scientific Session Session 01: Food and Food Chemistry Food is the substance which is composed of essential nutrients consumed by the living organism for their growth and energy. Food chemistry is the important characteristics of Food science deals with the composition and characteristics of food and includes the chemical changes of food during the processing, storage and utilization. Food chemistry is closely related with the biochemistry, Microbiology, Molecular biology etc. The major aim of food chemistry is to understand and prevent the undesirable changes of food when it exposed to the severe environmental conditions and to improve the nutrients and quality of food. In simple words it is the study of biological and non-biological interactions, metabolism of food and the food proteins, minerals and vitamins etc. Session 02: Technology in Food Chemistry Food technology or technology in food is the science that deals with various techniques and methods for processing, preservation, storage etc. The main aspects of food technology are to develop the new and best methods to process and protect the manufactured food products from harmful micro-organisms. The initial scientific research focused on food preservation. This preservation process enhances the flavour, texture, taste and quality of product which results in the efficient and easy marketing of the final food products. In this technique the extra nutrients will be added to the food that is not harmful for the humans and those food will be less open to the severe environmental conditions and from harmful microorganisms. Nowadays new protein food, new methods of food fortification, food adulteration etc are developed to increase the health value. Session 03: Chemical Additives of Food Additives is the substance added to the food to increase the flavour, texture, appearance, taste, nutritional value. These additives are also used to inhibit the growth of micro-organisms and increase the shelf life of food products. Additives are from plants or it may be chemically synthesized. Every additive should have the FDA for their regulated use in their industry. Some of the food we eat are fresh. Nowadays some foods may be processed. These processed foods contain small number of additives. What is the need? The foods are subjected to some severe environmental conditions like temperature, oxidation and microbes. These will change the original consumption of food.so the additives are needed to keep food safe from these conditions. Nowadays some additives create some side effects and health risk to the humans that are chemically synthesized due to the customer prospective like yellow dyes, sulphites etc. Session 04: Nutraceuticals Nutraceuticals means (nutrients+ pharmaceutical). Nutrient means nourishing food or
3 food component and pharmaceutical means medical drug. Nutraceuticals is the product, or the substance not only used for the diet, it can be used to prevent and treatment of diseases. Nutraceuticals is generally isolated and purified from food and sold in the medicinal forms by the Nutraceutical industries. These Nutraceuticals can be classified based on the Natural Source, Pharmacological conditions and the Chemical constitutions. Sometimes Nutraceuticals may be interchanged with functional foods the health benefits. Nutraceuticals used in various diseases conditions like Cardiac diseases, Allergy relief, Cancer prevention etc. Session 05: Kinetics of Food Process Food are generally composed of chemical and biochemical compounds which may exposed each other or to the certain environmental conditions and resulting in the new food compounds. Kinetics means studying the rate of chemical reactions carried out by some catalyst that take place in food during processing, preservation etc. Some reactions are necessary to produce the compounds with best flavour, texture, taste etc and some may result in harmful substance, spoilage. Chemical reaction occurs when the enough energy brought to the molecules and this will produce the collisions that results in breakage and formation of bond in the food molecules. The important thing that studied in kinetics of food process is Water activity, Temperature, concentration etc. Some of the factors affecting the Kinetics of food process is nature of the food, concentration etc. Session 06: Chemical Composition of Food Food is the group of edible substance that provide the energy and nutrition by some metabolic pathway. The composition of food means substance which the food is made up of Carbohydrates, Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals, fats and water. Food components are classified as Energy giving Foods that is Carbohydrates and fats, Body Building Foods that is Proteins, Protective Foods are Vitamins and Minerals. If any of these components is reduced in food products and human consumption these will leads to the Deficiency diseases for example Kwashiorkor and Marasmus caused by the deficiency of dietary proteins. Session 07: Intermediary Metabolism Intermediary metabolism is defined as the reactions that takes place in every cell of the living beings. It is Catalysed by the Enzymes. These reactions that takes place through the series of pathway called as Metabolic Pathway. Metabolism is divided as (Anabolism and Catabolism). Anabolism means the reaction that build the complex molecule from the simpler ones for example bone growth. Catabolism refers to the breakdown reaction for energy yielding for example Glycolysis, Citric acid cycle etc. If metabolic pathway is not regulated by the body these will leads to the metabolic disorder example Tyrosinemia. Session 08: Food Microbiology and its Toxicology Food toxicology is the study of toxins in the food. That means Food Toxicology deals with the study of substance found in the food that cause adverse effect to the body when it is consumed by the large quantities. Toxins in food may be from natural or it might be a man made that is contaminants while processing the food. Natural toxin present in
4 food by the plant and animals or by the microbes. Natural toxins in plant or animal derived food causes the chronic reaction to the body and food borne diseases. Risk of toxins in the food is carcinogenic, mutagenic, teratogenic etc. Some toxins by the Food Additives, or by the metals. Session 09: Balanced Diet, Obesity and Cancer Balanced diet that contains enough nutrients and fibres that provides the energy and nutrition to maintain the body cells and for the development and growth of the body. Balanced diet is important for health mind and healthy body. It is also used to maintain the body weight. Not a single food provides all the nutrients enough for the body it should contains all the nutrients like carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, fats etc. Over diet leads to obesity. Obesity is the overweight that means the presence of more fat in the body. The body should have correct Body Mass Index. Some foods like Red Meat, processed foods and salt preserved foods causes cancer to the body. Session 10: Recent Innovation in Food Chemistry Various new traditional and modern technologies have been developed to produce the efficient nutritious food and food ingredients for the health food formulations. Recent technology in Food chemistry plays the vital role in converting the nutrient information related to the customer demands in food products. To develop the food with high heath value without disturbing their flavour, texture, appearance a wide array food processing and industrial techniques must be employed. Nowadays many successful projects in food recovery have been performed for the cost minimization and development of food products. Session 11: Probiotics and Prebiotics Probiotics are the live microorganism when administered to the body it provides beneficial effects. It is nontoxic and non-pathogenic. It able to survive the passage in the digestive Session. Probiotics can be supplemented with antibiotics to prevent the antibiotics associated diseases. The most common probiotics are Lactobacillus acidophilus which is found in yogurt. It provides benefits to the host organisms in the stomach. It also useful to stimulate the immune system. Prebiotics are the food ingredients that promote the growth and activity of the host microorganisms. It acts as fertilizer for the beneficial microorganisms. Prebiotics are helpful for the treating the auto immune diseases. some case probiotics causes side effects like gas and bloating. Session 12: Biotechnology and Nanotechnology in Food. Scientists and farmers have been trying to increase the quality and quantity of foods for the world s growing populations. Modern biotechnology offers the powerful methods to achieve these goals. Recent advances in food biotechnology allow the accurate identification of specific gene that produce individual flavour, texture and toxic in natural food material and also the manipulation of these compounds in natural food material. Some example of genetically modified foods with enhanced health value is strawberry that contains increased value of cancer fighting ellagic acid. It also says and teaches the farmers how the food and food stuff should be produced within the short period of time. Nowadays food industries are using the nanotechnology methods in food packing provides good barrier to oxygen, UV rays, moisture etc.
5 Session 13: Food Processing, Preservation and packaging There are many methods for food preservation like traditional and modern methods. The preservation methods are used to preserve the food from harmful bacteria, fungi etc. Some preservation methods cause diseases to the human like addition of food additives for preservation. Food processing is the process of converting the raw ingredients to the finished food products. Nowadays many methods and techniques are used in food processing, packaging to improve the quality and shelf life of foods and to create the barrier from oxygen, light, UV etc. Novel ingredients and food design are used to reformulate the food ingredients to improve the Rheology, characteristics, shelf life of foods. Session 14: Food Physical Chemistry Food physical chemistry is the study of physical and chemical interactions of f ood by using the physical and chemical principles. It is the branch of food chemistry to understand the structure and functionality relationship of the foods and the physiochemical properties changes during handling and processing. Food physical chemistry is used to improve the quality and stability of foods. Some of the Topics which includes in food physical chemistry is Food protein degradation, Food dispersion etc. Session 15: Chemical Fermentation Technology In this fermentation technology various microorganisms are grown in the large scale to produce the commercial food products and it is used to carry out important chemical transformations. Fermenter or bio reactor is the major equipment used in the fermentation that contains media and creates the environment fermentation at the large scale. In food industry different microorganisms and fermentation techniques have been used to produce the dairy products, beverages etc. Fermentation technology in food is used to improve the digestibility, taste, flavour etc and also in enhancing the food safety by controlling the growth and multiplication of pathogens in food. Session 16: Food Analysis and Control. In food industry different properties are analysed like water, fat, carbohydrates, proteins, Rheology, flavour, texture etc. Food analysis is important because customer requires the food and nutritional information about the final ready to eat the food products. Quality is defined as the characteristics or properties that describe the food products. Quality control of food product is important to develop the new product or improve the existing products, profit etc. The major aim of quality control is to be preventing the defects not to detecting the defects. It also used in preventing and treatment of hazards that produced during the food processing. Session 17: FOOD WASTE MANAGEMENT, PUBLIC HEALTH AND FOOD SAFETY Food waste is the food loss or the food uneaten. The objective of food waste is to reduce the food waste system, identify the impacts of food and to recover or recycle the wasted foods. Food safety is the principle that describes the handling, processing and storage of food material to avoid the food borne illness. people should be aware of food standards that provides safety rules and regulations. In food industries there are many rules and
6 regulations for the workers from the hazards. HACCP is the preventive approach from the physical, chemical, biological hazards in production process and it is also used to ensure the food safe. Session 18: Health and Nutrition Health is the ability of living beings to acquire, convert, distribute, and utilize energy with maximum efficiency. Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or weakness. Nutrition is the science that defined as the interaction of nutrients and other substances of food in order to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism. Session 19: Dairy Science and Technology Dairy Science is the study of milk and milk-derived Food Products It focuses on the physical, chemical, Biological and microbiological aspects of milk itself, and on the technological (processing) aspects of the transformation of milk into its various consumer products, including beverages, Fermented Products, concentrated and dried products, cheese, Butter etc. Session 20: Environmental Impacts on Food Production and Consumption There are several important issues in food production and consumption that have significant impacts by the environment such as pollution, energy, climate change, Global warming, Chemicals and Furthermore. Session 21: Food Drug Interaction A drug interaction refers to the substance which affects the activity of a drug, i.e. the effects are increased or decreased, or they produce a new effect that neither produces by their own. These interactions occur when your food and medicine interfere with one another. Interactions between food and drugs may unintentionally reduce or increase the drug effect. Please contact the event manager Marilyn (marilyn.b.turner(at)nyeventslist.com ) below for: - Multiple participant discounts - Price quotations or visa invitation letters - Payment by alternate channels (PayPal, check, Western Union, wire transfers etc) - Event sponsorship NO REFUNDS ALLOWED ON REGISTRATIONS Prices may go up any time. Service fees included in pricing This event is brought to you by: Pulsus Group - NewYorkEventsList JOA190520CEV