Registration open for the MyToolBox Stakeholder Workshop in Cranfiled

The accumulation of expertise in prevention and control of mycotoxins is now available in a unique web-based platform providing guidance to farmers, storage managers as well as food/feed processors and suppliers, which we would like to introduce to you at this meeting. You will learn, how easy mycotoxin management can be and how to use the newly developed MyToolBox e-Tool to secure your harvest as well as any grain storage.

12 February 2020
08:45 – 01:30 PM GMT
Cranfield Management and Development Centre
CRANFIELD University Campus, College Road, Cranfield, Bedfordshire, MK43 0AL

Please find here the details and register HERE.

Participants will have the opportunity to test the MyToolBox e-platform after the introductory sessions!

ICBC2020 - Early bird registration ending soon!

Benefit from the Early Bird registration fee - ending, 24 December 2019
Register online today!


Join us at ICBC2020 and meet some of the renowned confirmed speakers: 

  • Food oral processing by the elderly for the development of soft cereal foods fortified with proteins - Guy Della Valle, INRA, France
     
  • Growing the business of Whole Grain in the Australian market: 6 year impact assessment - Sara Grafenauer, GLNC, Australia
     
  • Transgenic wheat with elevated endosperm triglyceride lipid - effects on grain composition and baking - Philip Larkin, CSIRO, Australia
     
  • Biomarkers for wholegrain cereal intake – overview and applications - Alastair Ross - AgResearch, New Zealand
     
  • Bread dough rheology – measuring it to control the end product quality
    - Larisa Cato, AEGIC, Australia


Join these leading experts in the field and present your findings to the cereal community at the 16th ICC International Cereal and Bread Congress 2020 in Christchurch, New Zealand. There is still time to present your work – poster abstract submission is possible until 31 January 2020. Get all details and submit today!

For your information: If you register with the Early Bird rate before receiving confirmation on your abstract within the payment deadline, the Early Bird fee will still apply 7 days after abstract approval.


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ICC Season's Greetings and new postal address

Dear all, dear Member of the ICC Family!

It is now the time to look back at the past year - appreciating all the moments experienced and the milestones that have been achieved - and look forward to the New Year and the new ventures it will bring! 

With continuation of established as well as creation of new activities, we look forward to pursuing the development of links within the worldwide cereals and grains community. We sincerely thank all people involved and look forward to future collaboration.

From all of us at the ICC Headquarters to all of the ICC Family around the globe we wish you and yours a Happy Holiday Season and a Prosperous 2020!

 

Michela Pichler
ICC Secretary General | CEO

Attention:
Please note that the ICC Headquarters office has a new postal address: 


Stubenring 12, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Telephone numbers and email addresses remain the same.


New technology in the fight against mycotoxins – a live demonstration


Mycotoxins result from fungal infection of commodities such as cereals, nuts, dried fruit and spices occurring either pre-harvest or during drying and storage. The accumulation of expertise in prevention and control of mycotoxins is now available in a unique web-based platform providing guidance to farmers, storage managers as well as food/feed processors and suppliers, which we would like to introduce you with this webinar. You will learn, how easy mycotoxin management can be and how to use the newly developed MyToolBox e-Tool to secure your harvest as well as any grain storage.

MyToolBox – a new technology in the fight against mycotoxins
Tuesday, 10. December 2019
13:00 – 14:00 PM CET


Join the free webinar - Register now!


Speakers will be:
Professor Simon Edwards 
(Harper Adams University), and
Professor Naresh Magan (Cranfield University)

The webinar will be held in English.

More detailed information about the MyToolBox Project - which has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 678012 - can be found under: www.mytoolbox.eu

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

 
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Report from the EP event “Take Whole grain Seriously! Make your grains whole: for your and the planet’s health”

On the occasion of the first edition of the International Whole Grain Day, on 19 November, 2019, the Whole Grain Initiative hosted a launch event at the European Parliament in Brussels alongside MEP Elsi Katainen (FI, Vice-Chair of AGRI Committee). The event explored how policymakers and stakeholders can work together to encourage more people to ‘make their grains whole’ as part of healthy and sustainable dietary patterns.

The event gathered researchers and policymakers to highlight the positive impact of whole grains on nutrition, wellbeing, and sustainability. The panel brought together a number of leading stakeholders and Member States comprising the Italian Society for Cardiovascular Prevention (SIPREC), National Institute for Health and Welfare in Finland, European Public Health Alliance, Slovenian Chamber of Agricultural and Food Enterprises and the Swedish Heart-Lung Foundation.

During the panel discussion it was highlighted that increasing the daily intake of whole grains to 30-40g reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) by up to 20%. The disease is estimated to cost the EU economy more than €210 billion a year and therefore places a considerable burden on healthcare systems and government budgets.

Despite the health benefits of whole grains, their consumption in Europe remains low. Studies from the EU suggest the majority of Europeans eats less than one serving of whole grain per day, and that only 5% of the grains consumed in Europe are whole.

One such lifestyle change is a switch to whole grains, which experts agree would considerably lower the incidence of CVD and other major chronic diseases, thus having considerable social and economic effects. 

Please read more regarding the event here

View a photo gallery at http://wholegraininitiative.org/en/1871-wholegrainday 

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