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_ The first Food Safety Centre was opened in Skopje, Macedonia

 

The first Food Safety Centre in Macedonia was opened on 12 September 2012 as part of the activities of the project: Vocational excellence ensuring food product safety, consumer protection and competitiveness in Western Balkans, which was developed by the expert team from partner countries (Slovenia, Greece, Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Serbia). The idea of the project is establishing of national food safety centers and HACCP Schools which will be interconnected as food safety international vocational network but in the same time it will work as open offices where can be get any information concerning food safety.

Ms. Julija Shundovska, executive director of Foundation Humanopolis, has opened the centre and introduces the Food Safety Centre and HACCP School to the audience. After that, Sonja Zavrl the project manager from the lead partner SIQ Slovenia, has introduces the project and all partners of the project. The Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture science and Food in Skopje, prof. d-r. Dragi Dimitrievski, has supported the project and called for the cooperation of all key factors related to food safety issue in the country. In the end of the opening ceremony were awarded certificates "HACCP experts" to all those who have successfully completed the HACCP School.

Food Safety Centre is open to all interested parties and is located in the building of the Skopje Fair.

 

Food Safety Centre for excellence and HACCP School
HUMANOPOLIS – Foundation for education and development, Skopje Fair

Address: “Belasica“ No. 2, R.O.  Voh 3 – 1000, Skopje, R. Macedonia
Phone: +38923218472; +38923218474 Fax: +38923218375
www.humanopolis.mk
e-mail: info@humanopolis.mk

 

 

 

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