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ICC e-News, April 2009

QAS – Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops & Foods
• QAS – The Official Journal of ICC supported by MoniQA – Now Available! • QAS – Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops & Foods: Call for Papers! • QAS – Free Access until 2010! • Collect your free hardcopy of QAS and meet Wiley Blackwell in 2009 Dietary Fibre Conference 2009 – the place to be.
• Scientific Programme of 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, DF09, Vienna, 1-3 July 2009 • DF09 Early Bird ends 15 April 2009 • Become a sponsor and exhibit at the 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, DF09, Vienna, 1-3 July • ICC Expert Summit on Food Security in Vienna, 29-30 June 2009 – Preliminary Programme is now • ICC Committee Meetings in 2009 and 2010 • ICC congratulates to 90th Birthday of Hildegard Reigner • New! Joint ICC-AACC Int’l Check Sample Proficiency Testing Services ICC Corporate Member Section
• Brabender and Mühlenchemie agree on cooperation • Romer Labs reacts to global acetonitrile shortage MoniQA News
• New Zealand: 9th MoniQA FST in Christchurch, New Zealand - Report • MoniQA Alerts • Maximum limits for 4-Methylbenzophenone or Benzophenone • Canada may add acrylamide to its toxic substance list • Melamine crisis not over yet • EC to increase nitrate limits in spinach, lettuce and rocket • Upcoming MoniQA FSTs – Food Scientist Training Upcoming ICC Supported Meetings 2009
• Austria: ICC-Austria Spring Meeting “Bio of non-Bio”, 24 April 2009, Vienna, Austria • Germany: GRAINS ARE FUNCTIONAL, Berlin, 11-12 May 2009 – Programme is now available! • Germany: Workshop “Milling and Extrusion for Non-Experts”, Berlin, 13 -14 May 2009 – Register now! • Canada: IWQC-IV: 4th International Wheat Quality Conference IV, Saskatoon, 2-6 June 2009 – Earlybird • Austria: ICC Expert Summit on Food Security in Vienna, 29-30 June 2009 • Austria: HEALTHGRAIN Symposium “Cereal Grain Fibre and Health”, Vienna, 1 July 2009 • Austria: Training Workshop “Dietary Fibre Analysis”, Vienna, 1 July 2009 • Austria: 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, DF09, Vienna, 1-3 July 2009 • USA: ICC Luncheon at AACC Int’l Annual Meeting, Baltimore, 16 September 2009 • Austria: 3rd EuroFIR International Congress, Vienna, 8-10 September 2009 • Italy: Eighth European Young Cereal Scientists and Technologists Workshop • France: Xth International Gluten Workshop, Clermont-Ferrand, 7-9 September 2009 • Macedonia: IV International Symposium of Livestock Production, Ohrid, Macedonia, 9-11 September, 2009 – Call for abstracts and exhibitors! • Austria: ISM Conference: Worldwide Mycotoxin Reduction in Food and Feed Chains, Tulln, 9-11 • Germany: IV International Symposium on Sourdough: from arts to science, Freising, near Munich, 14-17 • Croatia: Flour-Bread’09, Opatija, 21-23 October – Call for Papers! • Poland: HEALTHGRAIN Workshop and Analytical Training Course “Measurement of Dietary Fibre and Small Bioactive Components of Cereals”, 9-13 November 2009 • Taiwan: ICC/TFMA Symposium “At the Forefront of Food Safety Technology”, Taipei, Taiwan, 27 ICC Conference and Workshop Planner 2009-2012

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QAS – Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops & Foods
QAS – The Official Journal of ICC supported by MoniQA – Now Available!
The first issue of QAS – Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops & Foods, the official journal of ICC issued in
cooperation with MoniQA, published by Wiley-Blackwell was launched in March 2009 and is now available
online! QAS - Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops & Foods publishes peer-reviewed, scientific primary
research papers and review papers in the areas of cereals, grain crops, their quality and issues relating to food
safety. For detailed information please visit the QAS website at www.interscience.wiley.com/journal/qas.
QAS – Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops & Foods: Call for Papers!
Submit your paper to Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops & Foods today using the newly launched QAS-
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QAS – Free Access until 2010!
Ask your librarian to register today to receive free online access to Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops &
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QAS is free to everyone online during 2009 - visit www.interscience.wiley.com/qas to read the latest research.
Institutions can also opt to receive complimentary access to QAS. Institutions may also request one
complimentary print subscription when registering for complimentary online access. Your institution will retain
online access to all content published during 2009 and 2010, with or without a paid subscription in subsequent
years. To register for complimentary online access to Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops & Foods by your
librarian, simply visit www.interscience.wiley.com/newjournals.
Collect your free hardcopy of QAS and meet Wiley Blackwell in 2009
QAS - ICC’s official journal and its publisher, Wiley-Blackwell, will be present at various ICC meetings in
2009. Collect your free hard copy of QAS and meet with staff of Wiley-Blackwell in Berlin, Germany, at the
17th International IGV Conference, GRAINS ARE FUNCTIONAL, 11-12 May 2009, at the ICC Expert Summit
in Vienna, 29-30 June 2009, and at the 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, DF09, Vienna, 1-3 July 2009.
The inauguration celebration of the launch of QAS will be in Vienna, in the Palace of Schönbrunn, Vienna’s
most visited attraction, in the evening of 1 July 2009, during the Welcome Reception of the DF09.
www.icc.or.at/events/df09/

Dietary Fibre Conference 2009 – the place to be.
• meeting leading scientists in this dynamic field from all over the world
• getting an up-to-date overview of the latest research findings
• learning about new (bio-)analytical techniques
In an era with.
• growing consumer awareness of the importance of fibre
• wide agreement on the definition of dietary fibre
• growing interest in dietary fibre R&D in industry and academia
Scientific Programme of 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, DF09, Vienna,
1-3 July 2009
Check out the full scientific programme of 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, DF09, Vienna, 1-3 July
2009 at http://www.icc.or.at/events/df09/pdf/DF09_Programme_Final.pdf. Please mind that abstracts for poster
presentation will still be accepted until 15 April 2009. For details please visit the conference website at
http://www.icc.or.at/events/df09/index.php.
DF09 Early Bird ends 15 April 2009
Register now for the 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, DF09, Vienna, 1-3 July 2009, using ICC’s
online registration service at http://www.icc.or.at/events/df09/registration.php. Please mind that the early bird
registration will end 15 April 2009. Be one of the 300 to 400 expected participants and enjoy high level
presentations, networking with colleagues from about 35 countries, and the beautiful early summer atmosphere
in Vienna!
Become a sponsor and exhibit at the 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference,
DF09, Vienna, 1-3 July 2009
Become a sponsor and join the group of already confirmed sponsors/exhibitors (TNO, Kellogg, Cosucra,
Tate&Lyle, National Starch, VNIIZ, AAT, CSM, Eurofins, Foss,.) and reserve your sponsorship package
and/or table top now. Exhibition table tops are still available at http://www.icc.or.at/events/df09/exhibitors.php.
ICC News
ICC Expert Summit on Food Security in Vienna, 29-30 June 2009 – Preliminary
Programme is now available!
The preliminary programme of the ICC Expert Summit on Food Security - Critical Research and Development
Project Needs for a Safe, Sustainable and Sufficient Food and Feed Supply, 29+30 June 2009, Vienna, Austria,
is now available. Presentations will be given by representatives from FAO, World Bank, European Commission,
UNIDO, ICC, and other international organisations, as well as from coordinators of currently running and yet
planned international research projects and initiatives.
Participation at the ICC Expert Summit is limited to invited guests. All invited participants need to register. For
detailed information please visit the ICC website at http://www.icc.or.at/events.php#expsum
Flyer download: http://www.icc.or.at/Expert_Summit_flyer.pdf
Outline/General Information: http://www.icc.or.at/ICC_Expert_Summit_Outline.pdf
Preliminary Programme: http://www.icc.or.at/Expert_Summit_Draft_Programme_2009-04-01.pdf.
ICC Committee Meetings in 2009
ICC Governing Committee, 9-10 February 2009, Vienna, Austria
ICC Governing Committee, 30 June 2009, Vienna, Austria
ICC Executive Committee, 30 June 2009, Vienna, Austria
ICC Journal Editorial Board Meeting, 1 July 2009, Vienna, Austria
ICC Committee Meetings in 2009
ICC Governing Committee, 1-2 February 2010, Pretoria, South Africa
ICC Executive Committee 2010 and ICC Technical Committee 2010, to be confirmed
ICC General Assembly 2010, to be confirmed
New ICC Representation in Japan
ICC would like to welcome the new National Delegate of Japan: Yamada Hideaki, from Quality Control &
Assurance Group at Nisshin Flour Milling Inc., Tokyo, and ICC would like to express its interest in intensifying
its collaboration with Japan in the future. At the same time ICC would like to thank Yasuo Ito for his excellent
collaboration and his efforts in the service to ICC – the connection to the world of cereals.
ICC congratulates Hildegard Reigner to her 90th Birthday
Mrs. Hildegard Reigner celebrated her 90th birthday on 8 March 2009. She was ICC Executive Secretary stating
right at the establishment of the Association in 1955 and served in ICC for several decades, until the early 1980s.
ICC would like to thank Mrs. Reigner for her extensive service in the Association and would like to wish her all
the best to her 90th birthday.
New! Joint ICC-AACC Int’l Check Sample Proficiency Testing Services
Laboratory accuracy and subsequent control are premises on which ICC and AACC Int’l began undertaking a
joint proficiency testing service for cereal related analysis in quality, physical and food safety testing. As an
important safeguard to food-related laboratories worldwide, the Joint ICC-AACC Int’l Check Sample Service
provides a service by which to check their techniques on a regular and frequent basis to insure quality control.
For more information and to subscribe go to www.aaccnet.org/checksample.

ICC Corporate Member Section

Brabender and Mühlenchemie agree on cooperation
Press Release
, Ahrensburg, Duisburg, March 23, 2009: Mühlenchemie and Brabender work together in the
application technology of the milling- and baking-industries – Bundled know-how leads to fast problem solving
and to offer millers and bakers a knowledge fund.
The German flour specialist Mühlenchemie GmbH & Co. KG, Ahrensburg (ICC Corporate Member since 2002),
and the manufacturer of laboratory instruments Brabender GmbH & Co. KG, Duisburg (ICC Corporate Member
since 1993) agreed on cooperation by offering joint customer assistance concerning dough rheological problems
in Germany, Russia, Mexico, China, and India. More…
Romer Labs reacts to global acetonitrile shortage
Press Release
, Tulln, Austria: Romer Labs (ICC Corporate Member since 2006) with its three Research Centers
based in Austria, USA, and Singapore has reacted to the current acetonitrile shortage and has released alternative
HPLC methods for the analysis of mycotoxins with their clean-up products that are based on methanol instead of
acetonitrile. These alternative methods are all fully validated and are equivalent to the acetonitrile based standard
methods. These new methanol-based methods completely avoid acetonitrile or use extremely low amounts of
acetonitrile. Recently, independent events accentuated a global acetonitrile shortage, like the shut-down of
production in China due to the Olympics, the damage to a acetonitrile plant in Texas due to Hurricane Ike, and
finally, due to the severe economic slowdown that reduced the need for acrylic fibers (Acetonitrile is a byproduct
of that process). More…


MoniQA News
New Zealand: 9th MoniQA FST in Christchurch, New Zealand - Report
ESR, one of MoniQA’s core partners in New Zealand, hosted the 9th MoniQA FST (Food Scientist Training)
entitled “Modern methods for monitoring food quality and safety”, 23 - 28 March 2009, in Christchurch, New
Zealand.
Fifteen delegates from China, New Zealand, Vietnam and the UK participated in the workshop including topics
such as “International Accreditation NZ (IANZ) – QA compliance and inter-laboratory comparisons” and
“Melamine: from scandal to analysis – a tale of two molecules”. There was also a laboratory demonstration of
the melamine extraction protocol used at ESR as well as a technical seminar explaining the “Principles of PCR
analysis in foods”. The workshop was complemented with lectures on risk analysis, risk modelling, and risk
communication.
MoniQA Alerts
MoniQA’s Working Group on Emerging Food Safety Issues in collaboration with MoniQA’s Dissemination
Programme keep posting news alert and fact sheets on MoniQA’s website at www.moniqa.org. The latest
updates are:
Maximum limits for 4-Methylbenzophenone or Benzophenone
The European Commission sets maximum levels for food packaging printed with inks containing 4-
Methylbenzophenone or Benzophenone. After the detection of 4-methylbenzophenone in a Belgian chocolate
crunch muesli product the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) was tasked by the European Commission to
undertake a risk assessment. 4-methylbenzophenone is used in printing inks and appears to have migrated into
the cereal from external cardboard packaging. More at http://www.moniqa.org/news.
Canada may add acrylamide to its toxic substance list
Health Canada has recommended that acrylamide is included in the nation’s list of toxic substances.
Acrylamide is a chemical produced when starchy foods, like potatoes, are cooked at high temperatures to
produce products such as chips (French fries) or crisps (potato chips). Acrylamide is a suspected carcinogen and
though the mode of action of induction of tumours is not fully understood, the recommendation has been made
by Health Canada because current consumption levels may constitute a danger to human life or health. More at
http://www.moniqa.org/news.
Melamine crisis not over yet
The Indonesian Food and Drug Monitoring Agency (BPOM) has confirmed fears that certain Chinese-based
foods sold in Indonesia contain the toxic ingredient melamine, citing six registered and six illegal products in
circulation in the country. For more information please visit http://www.moniqa.org/melamine.
EC to increase nitrate limits in spinach, lettuce and rocket
European Commission proposals for permanent increases to the existing limits for spinach and lettuce laid down
in Commission Regulation 1881/2006 emerged at the end of last year, as temporary derogations permitting the
UK and some other Northern European countries to exceed these maximum limits (for consumption on their own
respective territories) came to an end. The increased limits for nitrate levels are unlikely to come into force until
later in 2009, however. More information at http://www.moniqa.org/news.
Hormones in Bottled Water?
A recent study by Wagner and Oehlmann (2009) has analysed commercially available mineral water and
detected estrogenic contamination in 60 percent of all samples. Estrogens function as the primary female sex
hormones. The authors conclude that consumption of mineral water may therefore contribute to the overall
exposure of humans to endocrine disruptors (substances that interfere with the endocrine system). It is probable
that this estrogenic contamination originates from plastic food packaging materials because water bottled in glass
was less affected. More information at http://www.moniqa.org/news.
Upcoming MoniQA FSTs – Food Scientist Training
“Building skills on the analysis of components formed during thermal processing of
foods”
Date: 20 - 24 April 2009
Location: Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey
Organised by HCTU
Type: Type: MoniQA FST, joint MoniQA and HEALTHGRAIN workshop
View the programme and download the announcement
http://www.moniqa.org/system/files/Training_School_Program_MoniQA_2009.pdf.
“Reference Materials and Method Validation”
Date: 15-19 June 2009
Location: BOKU - University of Life Sciences and Natural Resources, Vienna, Austria
Organised by BOKU
Type: MoniQA FST

Upcoming ICC Supported Meetings 2009

Austria: ICC-Austria Spring Meeting “Bio of non-Bio”, 24 April 2009, Vienna, Austria
ICC-Austria is organising a symposium (in German) on organic production of cereals and the future of organic
food products. The symposium is co-organised by ICC-Austria and ÖGE – the Austrian Nutrition Society and it
will take place on 24 April 2009 at BOKU – The University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences,
Vienna, Austria.
To view the scientific programme and to download the flyer and registration faxback please go to
http://www.icc.or.at/ICC-Austria_Fachtagung2009_Final.pdf .
Germany: GRAINS ARE FUNCTIONAL, Berlin, 11-12 May 2009 – Programme is now
available!
The conference programme of the 17th International IGV Conference, an International ICC Conference, entitled
GRAINS ARE FUNCTIONAL, is finalised and includes experts from Europe and Asia. The meeting is co-
organised by IGV GmbH, ICC, HEALTHGRAIN, and the Berlin-Brandenburgische Gesellschaft für
Getreideforschung e.V. The conference will be held in English and German and will take place at IGV,
Bergholz-Rehbrücke, Germany, 11-12 May 2009.
For details go to www.functionalgrains.com/en/.
Germany: Workshop “Milling and Extrusion for Non-Experts”, Berlin, 13 -14 May
2009 – Register now!
Following the 17th International IGV Conference, an International ICC Conference, a workshop on “Milling and
Extrusion for Non-Experts” is held at IGV on 13 and 14 May 2009. The workshop gives basic instructions and
practical trials for non-experts in the field of grain processing and for scientists working with grains. Don’t miss
this interesting workshop and get details at www.functionalgrains.com/en/. Please mind that you need to register
for the workshop separately.
Canada: IWQC-IV: 4th International Wheat Quality Conference IV, Saskatoon, 2-6
June 2009 – Earlybird ends 30 April 2009!
Please mind that the early bird registration for the 4th International Wheat Quality Conference - Wheat Science:
Challenges and Opportunities, to be held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 2–6 June 2009, ends on 30 April
2009. Register now at the conference website http://www.usask.ca/iwqc4. Researchers are invited to exchange
ideas, share experiences on issues related to wheat quality.
Austria: ICC Expert Summit on Food Security in Vienna, 29-30 June 2009
After the successful strategic ICC conference ECC 2002 – the birth of HEALTHGRAIN, ICC will hold its
second event on strategic research and development in 2009:
The ICC Expert Summit on Food Security - Critical Research and Development Project Needs for a Safe,
Sustainable and Sufficient Food and Feed Supply, 29+30 June 2009, Vienna, Austria. The aim of the meeting is
to bring together a group of experts in grains, agriculture and socio-economics, both scientists & technologists,
and governmental persons, from across the world to determine critical research and development project needs
and related funding schemes in the grains- and crops-related areas in response to the world staple food crisis and
the deliberations of the FAO's Conference on World Food Security held in Rome in June 2008.
For detailed information please visit the ICC website at http://www.icc.or.at/events.php#expsum
Austria: HEALTHGRAIN Symposium “Cereal Grain Fibre and Health”, Vienna, 1 July
2009
Prior to the official start of DF09 – the 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, to be held in Vienna, Austria,
1-3 July 2009, the HEALTHGRAIN project (www.healthgrain.org) organises a symposium on “Cereal Grain
Fibre and Health”, on 1 July 2009, 9:00-12:30. Please find the final programme at
http://www.icc.or.at/events/df09/pdf/Programme_DF09_HG_Symposium.pdf
and register at http://www.icc.or.at/events/df09/registration.php.
Austria: Training Workshop “Dietary Fibre Analysis”, Vienna, 1 July 2009
Prior to the official start of DF09 – the 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, to be held in Vienna, Austria,
1-3 July 2009, Megazyme, Ireland (member of ICC) and Medaillon Labs, USA, are organising a training
workshop on “Dietary Fibre Analysis” on 1 July 2009, 9:00-12:30. Please find the final programme at
http://www.icc.or.at/events/df09/pdf/Dietary_Fibre_Analysis_Workshop-Final_Programme.pdf and register at
http://www.icc.or.at/events/df09/registration.php.
Austria: 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, DF09, Vienna, 1-3 July 2009
DF09 – the 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference, to be held in Vienna, Austria, 1-3 July 2009 is organised
by ICC – International Association for Cereal Science and Technology, and endorsed by IUNS-International
Union of Nutritional Sciences, the HEALTHGRAIN project, ILSI Europe, and AACC Int’l. From over 130
received papers a very exciting and high level conference programme was developed by the international
Scientific Committee and Industrial Advisory Board. For details please visit the conference website at
www.icc.or.at/events/df09/.
USA: ICC Luncheon at AACC Int’l Annual Meeting, Baltimore, 16 September 2009
Everyone is cordially invited to attend the traditional ICC Luncheon held on 16 September 2009 at 11:30-13:00
linked to the AACC Int’l Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 13-16 September 2009. Recent
activities and achievements, new ICC membership benefits and the recently launched ICC Journal QAS will be
highlighted. Joint activities between AACC Int’l and ICC, as well as upcoming ICC events will be announced.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet new colleagues and get reacquainted with old friends from our global
cereal family and register with http://meeting.aaccnet.org/reghotel/default.cfm. Find the agenda of the ICC
Luncheon at http://www.icc.or.at/ICC_Luncheon_Draft_Agenda_2009.pdf.
Austria: 3rd EuroFIR International Congress, Vienna, 8-10 September 2009
The European Food Information Resource Network of Excellence (EuroFIR) will be holding its third annual
congress “European food composition data for better diet, nutrition, and food quality” on the 8-10th September
2009 at the University of Vienna, Austria.
Italy: Eighth European Young Cereal Scientists and Technologists Workshop
On August 3–5, 2009, Cereals&Europe (C&E) will organize its traditional three-day low-cost workshop for
Ph.D. students and young professionals working in the field of cereal science and technology. The workshop will
cover a broad range of cereal-related topics, including breeding, biotechnology, ingredients functionality,
processing, nutrition, and much more. Participants are invited to actively participate by sending abstracts of their
presentation before June 1. Submission instructions, an abstract template, travel information, registration forms,
and other relevant information will be available soon on www.cerealsandeurope.net.
France: Xth International Gluten Workshop, Clermont-Ferrand, 7-9 September 2009
Organized by Clermont-Ferrand INRA Center and endorsed by ICC, the tenth International Gluten Workshop
will take place the 7-9 September 2009 at Clermont-Ferrand Diocesan Center. Two hundred scientists from
around the world are expected to present their work and break-throughs on the topic of gluten. If you wish to
register for this workshop, or if you simply want to know more, please go to https://colloque.inra.fr/xth_igw/.
Authors are invited to submit their abstract for oral and poster presentation. The final decision between oral
presentation and poster contribution will be taken by the scientific committee.
Macedonia: IV International Symposium of Livestock Production, Ohrid, Macedonia,
9-11 September, 2009 – Call for abstracts and exhibitors!
Organised by the Institute of Animal Science, University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”, under the patronage of the
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy of the Republic of Macedonia, and endorsed by ICC, the
IV International Symposium of Livestock Production will be held in the period 9-11 September, 2009 in Ohrid,
Republic of Macedonia. The program of the Symposium will be focused on the most significant achievements in
the field of livestock production, as well as on the exchange of knowledge and experience in the agricultural
practice. View the first announcement at http://www.icc.or.at/Symposium_En.pdf.
Austria: ISM Conference: Worldwide Mycotoxin Reduction in Food and Feed Chains,
Tulln, 9-11 September 2009
The ISM 2009 is organised by the International Society for Mycotoxicology with the aim to facilitate a Global
Discussion on the Worldwide Mycotoxin Reduction in Food and Feed Chains between scientists, opinion
leaders, decision-makers and industry in the specific research area of mycotoxin reduction. Papers for the first
ISM Conference 2009 to be held in Tulln, Austria, September 9-11, 2009 can be submitted to info@ism2009.at.
Germany: IV International Symposium on Sourdough: from arts to science,
Freising, near Munich, 14-17 October 2009
This symposium wants to bring together all colleagues related to the arts and science of sourdough production
and muse, residing at universities, research institutes and (research departments of) companies. In particular the
symposium wants to address young researchers and (PhD) students to exchange and discuss their novel results,
stimulate new ideas and bring forward international collaborations and short term missions. Please find and
further information, all updates, registration and abstract submission details at: www.sourdough.foodscience.ws
Croatia: Flour-Bread’09, Opatija, 21-23 October – Call for Papers!
The Faculty of Food Technology based in Osijek, Croatia, and ICC are inviting you to participate in the 5th
International & 7th Croatian Congress of Cereal Technologists "Flour- Bread '09" which will be held in Opatija,
Croatia 21- 23 October 2009. Abstracts submission for oral presentation and posters on the topics of the
Congress are invited. Forms for abstract submission and registration, together with the 1st Circular with detailed
information, can be found at official congress website: www.ptfos.hr/brasno-kruh.
Poland: HEALTHGRAIN Workshop and Analytical Training Course “Measurement of
Dietary Fibre and Small Bioactive Components of Cereals”, 9-13 November 2009
Within the HEALTHGRAIN project a workshop and analytical training course on “Measurement of Dietary
Fibre and Small Bioactive Components of Cereals”, is being organised at the HEALTHGRAIN Workshop and
Analytical Training Course “Measurement of Dietary Fibre and Small Bioactive Components of Cereals”, on 9-
13 November 2009 at the Laboratory of Quality Evaluation of Plant Materials, Institute of Plant Breeding and
Acclimatization, Radzików, Poland. The workshop and analytical training course training is offered in two parts:
a two half day theoretical part and workshop (max. 60 participants) and a practical laboratory training course
(max. 20 participants). Both parts can be booked separately, and the theoretical part is arranged in workshop
style. However, participation in the practical training course requires attendance of the theoretical part. The
theoretical part is arranged in workshop style and can be booked separately. Participation in the practical training
course requires attendance of the theoretical part. For details and registration, please visit www.healthgrain.org.
Taiwan: ICC/TFMA Symposium “At the Forefront of Food Safety Technology”,
Taipei, Taiwan, 27 November 2009
ICC is endorsing the joint ICC/TFMA Symposium “At the Forefront of Food Safety Technology” to be held in
Taipei, Taiwan, 27 November 2009. The symposium is organised by TFMA - the Taiwan Flour Milling
Association, ICC member since 2005. John Taylor, ICC President, from South Africa, and Marina Carcea, ICC
President Elect, from Italy, will represent ICC in the meeting.

ICC Conference and Workshop Planner 2009-2012
2009

• Joint HEALTHGRAIN/MoniQA FST: Building skills on the analysis of components formed during thermal
processing of foods, Ankara, Turkey, 20-24 April 2009 • First International Conference “Sustainable Postharvest and Food Technologies INOPTEP 2009”, Divcibare, • ICC-Austria Spring Meeting (in German): Organic or Non-Organic (“Bio – Non-Bio”), Vienna, Austria, 24 • ICC/IGV International Conference “Grains are Functional”, Bergholz-Rehbrücke, near Berlin, Germany 11- • IGV Workshop “Milling and Extrusion for Non-Experts”, Bergholz-Rehbrücke, near Berlin, Germany, 13 -14 • Joint Europrevall/MoniQA Workshop and Congress, Vienna, Austria, 13-16 May 2009, by invitation only • MoniQA Food Allergen Stakeholder Event, Vienna, Austria, 14 May 2009, by invitation only • IWQC-IV – International Wheat Quality Conference IV, Saskatoon, Canada, 2-6 June 2009 • HEALTHGRAIN Annual Meeting, Montpellier, France, 9-11 June 2009, by invitation only • MoniQA FST: Reference Methods and Method Validation, Vienna, Austria, 15-19 June 2009 • ICC-Austria Annual Meeting, Dietary Fibre (in German), Vienna, Austria, 30 June 2009 • ICC Expert Summit on Food Security - Critical Research and Development Project Needs in Grain Food and Biotechnology, ICC Workshop, Vienna, Austria, 29-30 June 2009, by invitation only • ICC Executive Committee and ICC Governing Committee Meeting, Vienna, Austria, 30 June 2009, by • ICC/MoniQA Editorial Board Meeting, Vienna, Austria, 1 July 2009, by invitation only • HEALTHGRAIN Symposium on Dietary Fibre, Vienna, Austria, 1 July 2009 • Workshop on Dietary Fibre Analysis by Megazyme and Medaillon Laboratories, Vienna, Austria, 1 July 2009 • 4th International Dietary Fibre Conference DF 09, Vienna, Austria, 1-3 July 2009 • 8th European Young Cereal Scientists and Technologists Workshop (8EYCSTW), Viterbo, Italy, 3-5 August • 10th International Gluten Conference, Clermont Ferrand, France, 7-9 September 2009 • 3rd EuroFIR International Congress, Vienna, Austria, 8-10 September 2009, by invitation only • IV International Symposium of Livestock Production, Ohrid, Macedonia, 9-11 September 2009 • ISM Conference: Worldwide Mycotoxin Reduction in Food and Feed Chains, Tulln, Austria, 9-11 September • AACC Int’l Annual Meeting 2009, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 13-16 September 2009 • ICC Luncheon at AACC Int’l Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 16 September 2009 • 59th Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference, Wagga Wagga, Australia, NSW, 27-30 September 2009 • IV International Symposium on Sourdough: from arts to science, Freising, near Munich, Germany, 14-17 • Flour-Bread '09 - 5th International/7th National Congress of Cereal Technologists, Opatija, Croatia, 21-23 • 6th Food Engineering Congress, Antalya, Turkey, 6-8 November 2009 • HEALTHGRAIN Workshop and Analytical Training Course: "Measurement of Dietary Fibre and Small Bioactive Components of Cereals", Radzików, Poland, 9-13 November 2009 ICC/TFMA Symposium “At the Forefront of Food Safety Technology”, Taipei, Taiwan, 27 November 2009
2010

• HEALTHGRAIN Consortium Meeting, Lapland, Finland, 12-14 January 2010, by invitation only
• 3rd MoniQA Annual Meeting, Antalya, Turkey, 19-21 January 2010, by invitation only • ICC Governing Committee Meeting, Pretoria, South Africa, 1-2 February 2010, by invitation only • ICC-Cereal Science and Technology-SA International Symposium, Focus on Grain Quality and Safety, Gauteng, South Africa Symposium, Near Pretoria, South Africa, 3-4 February 2010 • Envietech2010, Vienna, Austria, 4-5 February 2010HEALTHGRAIN Final Annual Meeting, Lund, Sweden, • 2nd International MoniQA Conference, Krakow, Poland, 8-10 June 2010 • ICC-South Arica/ICC/MoniQA Session at IUFoST World Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, 22-26 August
2011

• 2nd ICC Latino-American Cereals Conference, Santiago de Chile, Chile, 10-13 April 2011 (tentative)
• ICC India Conference (to be confirmed)
2012

• 14th ICC Cereal and Bread Congress, Beijing, China, 2012



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