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Virtual Interdisciplinary Research Symposium in Foodservice Decisions

The purpose of this symposium is to gain a collective, interdisciplinary, and international understanding of the issues surrounding food ethics in the foodservice environment. Ethics of foodservice relates to the human conduct along the supply chain of production, distribution, preparation, and consumption. Food away from home (FAFH), particularly in the foodservice environment, is an increasing proportion of our food consumption and expenditure. The complexity of this system, and the significance of the FAFH activity in our lives makes this an important discussion. Panelist will present this specific point of view, followed by a brief discussion. We hope you will be able to join us and contribute to this discussion.
by Rob Peeler Nov 28, 2016
When Dec 09, 2016
from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Where Virtual and Room 116, Bio Behavioral Health Building
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Meeting ID: 829 447 192

Panel Speakers

Dr. Robert Chiles (Penn State University)
Dr. Robin DiPietro (University of South Carolina)
Dr. Angeline Jaykumar (University of Pune, India)
Dr. Hema Kesa (University of Johannesburg, South Africa)
Dr. Heather Monteiro (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
Dr. Kevin Roberts (Kansas State University)
Dr. Laure Saulais (Institut Paul Bocuse, France) 

Moderator: Dr. Amit Sharma (Penn State University)

Abstract

The purpose of this symposium is to gain a collective, interdisciplinary, and international understanding of the issues surrounding food ethics in the foodservice environment. Ethics of foodservice relates to the human conduct along the supply chain of production, distribution, preparation, and consumption. Food away from home (FAFH), particularly in the foodservice environment, is an increasing proportion of our food consumption and expenditure. The complexity of this system, and the significance of the FAFH activity in our lives makes this an important discussion. Panelist will present this specific point of view, followed by a brief discussion. We hope you will be able to join us and contribute to this discussion.