About Conference

    Dear Colleagues,

    Apex Global Meetings is delighted to announce and cordially invites all the participants across the globe to attend “Euro Agriculture and Food Safety Summit” (EUROAGRI2024) which will be taking place during, December 02-04, 2024 Rome, Italy. Scientific Tracks designed for this conference will enable the attendees and participants to learn extremes.

    EUROAGRI2024 aims to gather the renowned scientists, young and brilliant researchers, academicians, opticians, laser experts, healthcare professionals, business delegates, and exceptional student communities across the globe under one roof and organize a healthy discussion so that the researchers and authors can present their work at the conference.
     
    EUROAGRI2024 objective is provide a comprehensive global forum for experts and participants from academia to exchange ideas and present results of on-going research in the most state-of-the-art areas of Food technology and agriculture and other food safety. It will be hosting a forum of plenary, keynote, Invited lectures and oral/ poster presentations.

    We accept this gathering will be an exceptionally remunerating instructive and collaborative occasion for the attendees.

    We look forward to your valuable presence at EURO2024 in ROME, ITALY

    Regards,
    Pranay.Ch| Event Manager
    EUROAGRI2024
    Apex Global Meetings
    secretary@euroagri2024.org
    91-8977510040

    Industry for Argo-Food Industry development

    Robotics in Food Science and Agriculture

    Agricultural machinery

    Food and Bioprocess Technology

     Dairy Technology

     Food Additives

    Nutrition and Food Security

    Farming and Innovative Technologies

    Organic Farming and Biological Control

    Food Safety and Control

    Food-borne Diseases

    Food Biotechnology

    Food fermentation

    COVID-19 and Food Security Challenges

    Food Microbiolgy

    Food Toxicology

    Food and Agricultural Immunology

    Current Trends in Food Technology

    Nutrition and Health Claims

    Food plant sanitation

    Food allergy and toxicology

    Food Hypersensitivity

    Food Immunotherapy

    Efficient crop production

    Greenhouse & Horticulture

    Application of fertilizers & pesticides

    Animal and plant nutrition

    Horticultural produce marketing and value chains

    Role of Functional Foods in Disease Prevention

    Technology of Spices flavors and Plantation crops

    Management and food waste

    Genetically Modified Foods

    Processing cereals and pluses and oil seeds

    Functional foods and nutraceuticals

    Genetically Engineered Crops

    Food Anthropology

    Food equipment and plant design

    3D Food Printing

    Pediatric Nutrition

    Emerging food processing techniques

    Food Anthropology and Gastronomy

    Food culture, heritage and identity

     Sustainability and Climate Neutral Food Sector

     Innovations in Food Sensing

    Agronomy and Agricultural Research

    Artificial Intelligence for Food

    Organic farming is an agricultural method to produce food and feed using natural substances and processes. Its key contribution to a more sustainable agriculture is acknowledged in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). An action plan for the development of organic production in the EU was adopted in 2021[a] to support both production and consumption, and to further enhance sustainability, in line with the European Green Deal, the Farm to Fork Strategy[b] and the Biodiversity Strategy. Data available on EU production and consumption of organic food show a growing trend in the 2010-2020 decade. With 14.8 million ha in 2020, the area under organic farming represented 9.1% [c] of the total EU agricultural land and close to 20% of the area under organic farming in the world. The largest share was dedicated to permanent grassland (42%), followed by green fodder (17%), cereals (16%), and permanent crops, such as fruit, olives and vineyards (11%). Despite significant growth, EU organic animal production accounts for a small share of total EU animal production, between 1% and 7% depending on the sector. On average, organic farms are bigger than conventional farms and run by younger farm managers. The environmental, economic and social benefits of organic farming are shown by data from the EU Farm Accountancy Data Network and meta-analyses of scientific research, with results varying significantly across sectors and Member States. For instance, organic arable crop farms save 75- 100% on plant protection product costs per hectare and 45-90% on fertilizer costs per hectare compared to conventional farms, and they generate a higher or similar income per working unit. On average, despite lower yields, organic farms generate a similar or higher income per worker thanks to higher prices and higher levels of EU support, stemming mainly from the CAP, with a range of approaches across Member States in their strategic plans. Compared to 2015, the EU organic retail sales almost doubled in 2020, and the area under organic farming grew by 41%. Imports from non-EU countries, in particular tropical fruit, increased between 2018 and 2021. Measures under the organic action plan and the CAP aim at sustaining growth, which may be affected by economic developments such as food inflation affecting EU consumers’ purchasing power, and therefore demand for organic products. Organic farming is a knowledge-intensive, rather than input-intensive, form of agriculture. Therefore, research and innovation are key tools for boosting organic farming. Support is provided under the EU research and innovation framework programmers Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe (2014-2020 and 2021-2027), and the CAP’s agricultural European innovation partnerships EIPAGRI.

    Important Dates


    Abstract Submission Deadline

    July 25, 2024

    Earlybird Registration Deadline

    February 28 , 2024

    Standard Registration Deadline

    July 25, 2024

    Onspot Registration

    December 02, 2024

    Scientific Committee

    Volen Atim

    Dr. Uqbah Iqbal

    National University of Malaysia
    Malayisia
    Volen Atim

    Dr. Hab Elżbieta Patkowska

    Agricultural University in Lublin
    Poland
    Volen Atim

    Dr. Manuela Pintado

    University in Lisbon
    Portugal
    Volen Atim

    Dr. Giampiero Mazzocchi

    La Sapienza University Roma
    Italy

    Plenary Speakers

    Dr. Donald L.Smith

    McGill University
    Canada

    Dr. Octavio Paredes Lopez

    National Polytechnic Institute
    Mexico

    Prof.Sarah Gurr

    University of Exeter
    Uk

    Dr. Richard M. Cruse

    Lowa State University
    USA

    Dr. Nicola Antonio Uccella

    University of Calabria Rende
    Italy

    Keynote Speakers

    Prof. Fidele El Achkar

    CEO of FoodSight
    Lebanon

    Prof. Aleksandar Radu

    University of Lincoln
    Uk

    Prof. Linas Balciauskas

    Nature Research Centre
    Lithuania

    Prof. Saji George

    McGill University
    Canada

    Prof. Wei Zhang

    Illinois Institute of Technology
    Chicago

    Invited Speakers

    Prof. Ahmed Mohamed Taha

    Agriculture Research Centre
    Egypt

    Media Partners

    Registration

    Registration Includes

    • Access to all conference sessions, poster and exhibition area
    • Conference kit including name tag, program booklet and Abstracts book
    • 2 Coffee breaks and lunch for all the event days of the conference
    • Certificate of participation from Conference chair/ Session chair
    • Access to the all scientific sessions
    • Access to Business Development Sessions and Global Networking Session

    Benefits of Joining Conference

    • Encouraged to publish full length articles in Supporting Journals with discounted APC charges
    • Best Oral, Poster and Young Research Forum (YRF) presentation awards
    • Get Opportunity to Collaborate with future Apex Global Meetings
    • Avail Group Booking Discounts

    Group Booking Discounts

    Groups of three or more will receive a Special discount by using the group code. If you have any queries, please contact us at or call

    secretary@euroagri2024.org