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PROHEALTH - Pre-conference dinner with key European stakeholders

PROHEALTH is delighted to have the chance to present its final results in front of high profile European stakeholders, including representatives of the European Parliament and its Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) panel and its Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI), as well as of the European Commission specialized agencies, researchers and investors. The framework for this exchange will be formed by a dinner event organised at the premises of the European Parliament in Brussels on Monday, 26 November.

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'HEALTHY LIVESTOCK' Research Project Consortium

VitaTrace Nutrition Ltd (VTN) is once again a member of a new ambitious and ground breaking research project consortium, this time in a consortium with international renowned experts and scientists from the European Union and China. The consortium which secured EU funding through Horizon 2020, is a four year research project co-funded with the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology in the field of livestock production. VTN is also still currently in the last few months of an additional EU funded project in the same field, PROHEALTH, led by the University of Newcastle, which started in 2013.


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PROHEALTH Industry Workshops and Scientific Symposium - 27/28 November 2018

As the PROHEALTH project is drawing to a close do not miss the opportunity to join the consortium at the PROHEALTH Industry Workshops and Scientific Symposium. The events will be held in Ghent, Belgium on the 27-28 November 2018. PROHEALTH have invited keynote speakers from within and outside of the consortium to chair and present their expert knowledge in the field of sustainable pig and poultry production.

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Proficiency Testing Programme Certification

We are pleased to announce that our company laboratory has been awarded first place at the Texas F&M Aflatoxin Proficiency Programme for the analytical work for the determination of Total Aflatoxin in Maize Meal out of about 300 participants. We would like to congratulate our analysts, Mrs Chrystalleni Angastinioti-Moditi and Mrs Tatiana Anisimova Andreou for their excellent work and dedication.