SASNET Fermented Foods workshop held in Cairo

The Swedish South Asian Network on Fermented Foods (SASNET-Fermented Foods) held an International Seminar and Workshop on “Fermented Foods: Nutrition, Health Status and Social well-being” at the National Research Centre in Cairo, Egypt on 13-15 November 2017. The seminar was organised in collaboration with the  the Society for Women in Science in Developing Countries (OWSD – Egypt) as a part of the First International conference of the Society for Women in Science in Developing Countries (OWSD – Egypt) on the theme “Sciences for Women: Development and Innovation”.
SASNET Fermented Foods is a forum for scientists of the South Asian countries, Sweden and other countries for exchanging information in the field of food fermentation and its practical application.  It was launched in 2003 by Professor Baboo Nair, Division of Applied Nutrition and Food Chemistry, Lund University, and has has helped to strengthen relation among academicians, researchers and food industry professionals. The network is coordinated by Professor J. B. Prajapati, Head of Department of Dairy Microbiology, SMC College of Dairy Science at Anand Agricultural University, India.
Prof. Prajapati participated in the conference as one of the keynote speakers, and has written a lengthy report on the Cairo workshop. Read his report (as a pdf-file).