Safety of Circular Animal Feeds

This training is based on the ‘Safety of Circular Animal Feeds’ project, which is part of the ‘Kennis op Maat’ project through Wageningen Food Safety Research, a division of Wageningen University & Research. Collaboration with experts from GMP+ International, Nevedi, and HTP Advies B.V. has tailored this training specifically for professionals in the animal feed sector aiming for progress in circular animal feeds. The goal of this project is to assist the animal feed industry in becoming more sustainable by providing practical knowledge. 

What can you expect to learn during this training?

  • Circularity, sustainability, and circular animal feeds:
    • What sustainability means and how it relates to circularity and circular animal feeds. 
    • How circularity contributes to food and feed safety. 
    • Characteristics of circular animal feeds. 
  • Circular animal feeds and legislation:
    • Key legislation for circular animal feeds. 
    • Differences in legislation between the Netherlands and the European Union. 
    • The process of developing new feed materials and additives. 
    • The current state of affairs regarding legislation. 
  • Identification and characteristics of circular animal feeds:
    • Examples of circular animal feeds. 
    • The theoretical basis for successful circular animal feeds. 
    • Specific characteristics of circular animal feeds. 
    • Planned use of circular animal feeds. 
  • Risk assessment of circular animal feeds:
    • Inventory and assessment of risks for feed and food safety. 
    • Assurance and standards for managing feed and food safety risks. 

Prior knowledge 
Prior knowledge of animal nutrition, feed safety, residual streams, and basic HACCP knowledge is required. 

Location and time commitment  
The training can be provided at the client’s location or at Schouten Advies in Giessen. It is a two-day training of six hours but can also be offered digitally in four sessions of three hours each. The training is available in both Dutch and English. 

The price is determined based on the location and the number of participants

To register for this training, please contact Ensure you register in time, preferably three weeks in advance. If there is insufficient interest in the training, it will not proceed. Should you have registered for a training that is canceled, you will be notified well in advance. 



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