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IPIFF International Conference 2017

This international conference aims to bring together insect producing companies, high level representatives from EU institutions, industry & consumers’ representatives, to take stock of relevant EU legislative developments & explore future opportunities on the use of insects for food or feed applications. 

NOTE - Registration for IPIFF International Conference is now closed. We reached the maximum capacity of the main conference room, therefore we can no longer accept new participants. - Please note that there is no late or onsite registration. 

If you wish to participate, please send an email to at info@ipiff.org or call at +32  (0) 486 43 63 45 to be placed on the waiting list. 

   


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About IPIFF

IPIFF is an EU non-profit organisation which represents the interests of the insect production sector towards EU policy makers, European stakeholders & citizens. Composed of more than 30 members, IPIFF promotes the use of insects & insect derived products as top tier source of nutrients for human consumption & animal feed. 

IPIFF main mission is to promote the wider use of insects as an alternative or new source of protein for human consumption and animal feed through continuous dialogue with the European institutions (i.e. the European Commission, the EU Member States authorities, the European Parliament and the European Food Safety Authority). Notably, IPIFF centres its activities around advocating for appropriate EU legislative frameworks to apply to insect production.

                              

The association also supports its members in the effective implementation of EU food & feed safety legislations, such as through the promotion and/or development of shared standards. Most IPIFF members are European small and medium enterprises who produce insects for the European market i.e. start-up companies as well as long-established businesses, who based on their experience in the production of insects (e.g. bio control, pet food, etc.) decided to diversity their activities.