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Christian Brothers University
650 East Parkway South, Memphis, TN 38104, USA

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OMICS International feels proud to organize International Conference on Food and Beverage Packaging in collaboration with Food & Beverage Reporter, South Africa during June 13-14, 2016 in Rome, Italy. We intend our experts, researchers and decision makers both from academia and industry to work alongside taking the advantage of our world-class facilities, to push the boundaries of Food & Beverage Packaging.

CBU started its packaging program in the spring of 2001, with a packaging elective course to its undergraduate engineering students.  Currently, it offers a packaging minor for undergraduate engineering students and a packaging concentration for engineering management students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  The CBU Packaging Lab has become an ISTA certified commercial lab since 2009 and is now one of the most comprehensive test labs in Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas.  In 2010, CBU formed the Healthcare Packaging Consortium with seven founding members: Evergreen Packaging, FedEx, Medtronic, Bayer Consumer Care, Plastic Ingenuity, Smith & Nephew, and Wright Medical.  Since then, The Pallet Factory, Olympus Surgical Technologies America, WS Packaging, New-Tech Packaging, MicroPort Orthopedics, The Royal Group, Memphis Bioworks, GlaxoSmithKline, Thaddeus Medical Systems, and SweetBio have joined the consortium.

Agri, Food and Aqua Conferences are the basic disciplines of all the subjects. As a matter of fact research within the field of food technology has been conducted for many years and has resulted in pioneering various novel techniques and standard protocols. Various conference related to these subjects have been organized in Asia, Europe and USA. Veterinary Conferences in OMICS provide a common platform for all the researches, academicians and industrialists related to the field of animal science to focus on all aspects of infectious diseases and host-pathogen interaction in animals and various other emerging issues related to veterinary science.