Prof. Nenad Naumovski

University of Canberra, Australia

Dr. Abigail Thiel

Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Dr. Ben (Yizhou) Ma

Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Prof. Giancarlo Cravotto

University of Turin, Italy

Prof. Petras Rimantas Venskutonis

Kaunas University of Technology Lithuania

Dr. Miguel Angel Prieto Lage

University of Vigo, Spain.

Prof. DONG Renjie

China Agricultural University, China


Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Prof. Joe Regenstein

Cornell University, United States

Prof. Ana Sanches

National Institute of Agrarian and Veterinary Research, Portugal

Prof. Anli Geng

Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore

Dr. Tinia Pina

Re-Nuble New York, United States

Dr. Florence Egal

Food Security and Nutrition Expert, France

Dr. Himani Agarwal

Polish Aacdemy of Science Poznan, Poland

Dr. Indra D Bhatt

G B Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment, India

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Jaiswal

Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, India

Prof. Jai Prakash Verma

Banaras Hindu University, India

Dr. Malgorzata Starowicz

Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn, Poland

Prof. Xingyu Lin

Zhejiang University, China

Dr. Lucy Long

Center for Food and Culture United States

Prof. Hongshun YANG

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Prof. Srinivas Janaswamy

South Dakota State University, United States

Prof. Jesus Simal-Gandara

University of Vigo, Spain

Dr. Brendan A. Niemira

Food Safety and Intervention Technologies USDA, United States

Prof. Dr. Milen I. Georgiev

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

Dr Sapna Langyan


Prof. S.S.Lele

Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, India

Dr. Vani Sankar

Genecis Bioindustries Inc., Canada

Mr. Abhishek Biswas

Sattvik Council of India

    As the world population grows, much more effort and innovation are required to sustainably increase agricultural production, food processing, improve the global food supply chain, decrease food losses and waste, and ensure that all have access to nutritious food. The World leaders reaffirmed the right of everyone to have access to safe and nutritious food. The challenges for achieving the targets set forth for United Nations’ Sustainable Development goals (SDG-s) are interconnected and cannot be addressed in isolation. Policies addressing priorities will be needed, but the prevailing governance model assigns malnutrition to the health sector and food insecurity to agriculture, resulting in a disjointed and uncoordinated framework, which may work at cross-purposes. The food system concepts has gained prominence in recent years amongst both scholars and policy-makers. Experts from diverse disciplines and backgrounds have particularly discussed the nature and origin of the “unsustainability” of our modern food systems.
    A sustainable food system lies at the heart of the SDGs. The 17 SDGs provide a blueprint for current and future generations sustainable global development. In particular, SDG-2 focuses on Food Security and Nutrition (targeting zero hunger), achieving food security, eliminating malnutrition in all its forms, and promoting sustainable agriculture. SDG-12, a related goal, calls for responsible production and consumption. Our ability to achieve these goals will demand on some introspection concerning the current and future food production, fulfilling the global nutrition, and health demands. Therefore, the focus of this conference is on food sustainability SDGs, to disseminate and discuss the strategies of food and agriculture systems, achievement of food security, improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agricultural practices. It will seek to set Global Food Systems transformation stage to achieve the SDGs by 2030.
    Thus, understanding the research and developments in food science and technology is vital in assessing the Food sustainable systems. This conference shall provide the platform to discuss trends and innovations in the field. In this context, Amity Institute of Food Technology announces, International Conference,” Amity Conference of Food Scientists and Technologists- AMIFOST-2022 on the theme “Food sustainability: challenges and opportunities for the future”, scheduled to be held on 29- 31 March 2022 at Amity University Uttar PradeshNoida. The conference will be hosted in online mode.
    The Conference will bring together Food Laureates, Scientists, Researchers, Entrepreneurs, Academicians, Chemists, Dietitians, Nutritionists, Engineers, and Technologists from all over the world develop to discuss the sustainable solutions for improving food production, processing, security, quality, focusing on sustainable food production, and supply chain resilience.
  • Objectives

    The conference aims to provide a platform for ambitious new actions, innovative solutions, and plans to transform food systems and leverage these shifts to deliver progress across SDGs. It is envisioned that the conference will have objectives including to:
    • To raise awareness of food systems with sustainable development goals and transforms Food Systems, particularly in the wake of a global pandemic.
    • To strengthen the food system framework to achieve the 2030 SDGs agenda.
    • To recognize the need for inclusivity and innovation in food systems governance and action
    • To motivate and empower stakeholders who support food systems transformation by developing improved tools, measurement, and analysis
    • To catalyze, accelerate, and enlarge rigorous actions to transform food systems by all communities, including countries, cities, companies, civil society, citizens, and food producers.

    • Theme1: Sustainable Green food processing technologies
    • Theme2: Technologies for Food safety, and quality analysis
    • Theme3: Climate change and sustainable food production
    • Theme4: Valorization of food by-products and food waste
    • Theme5: Food diversity and food security
    • Theme6: Advances in food formulations and packaging – introducing sustainable food products and technologies
    • Theme7: Responsible consumption and sustainable diets
    • Theme8: Conservation and promotion of Traditional Food Culture
    • Theme9: Food and Function: achieving bigger goals

    Researchers, scientists, policymakers, academicians, and students are invited to submit an abstract on any conference themes or related areas to amifost@amity.edu by 20th March 2022. A committee will review the abstract (POSTER/ ORAL PRESENTATIONS) and the selected abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings having ISBN No.

    Category  Revised fee 
    International Research Scholar & Students       USD50 
    International Academicians/Scientists       USD 100 
    Industry Professionals                 Rs. 1500/- 
    Academicians/Scientists        Rs. 1000/- 
    Research Scholar & Students   (With paper presentation)    Rs. 500/- 
    External Research Scholar & Students (without paper presentation)   Rs. 300/- 
    Amity Research Scholar & Students (without paper presentation)   Rs. 300/- 

    The online registration link is: https://www.amity.edu/NSPG/AMIFOST2022
    Gold Sponsorship
    Rs. 2,00,000
    Silver Sponsorship
    Rs. 1,00,000
    Bronze Sponsorship
    Rs. 50,000
    Complimentary registration of 2 delegates
    Full page colored advertisement in souvenir/proceedings
    Complimentary registration of 1 delegate Complimentary registration of 1 delegate
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    Online payments are welcome and you are requested to pay online. In case you are not able to complete the transaction process online, the payment can be made through Bank Transfer/Bank Demand Draft drawn in favour of “Amity University Uttar Pradesh” payable at Noida. The Bank detail for wire transfer is as under:
    Name as in Bank Records : Allahabad Bank
    Operating Bank Account No. : 20519034454
    Bank Branch Name : Amity University Campus
    Bank Branch Address : Sector-125, Amity Campus, Noida, Distt. Gautam Budh Nagar-201301
    IFS Code : IDIB0008607

Dr. W Selvamurthy, President, ASTIF, Director General- ADSI, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India

Dr. Chindi Vasudevappa, Vice Chanchellor NIFTEM, Kundli, Sonipat, India

Dr. M C Mishra, Retd. Chief Scientist, CFTRI, Mysore, India

Dr. N Bhaskar, Advisor (Quality Assessment), FSSAI, GoI, India

Mr. Anand Chordia, Director – Technology and Innovation, Pravin Masalawale, Pune, India

Dr. Tarun Belwal, Zhejang University, China

Mr. Abhishek Biswas, Sattvik Council of India

Dr. Nutan Kaushik, DG Food & Agriculture, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India

Dr. Neerja Hajela, Science Head, Yakult Danone, India

Mr Indranil Chatterjee, Regional Product Manager, International flavors & fragrances

Dr. Vivek Kumar, Professor, IIT Delhi, India

Dr. Rashmi Sharma, Scientist F, DST, New Delhi, India

Dr. Eram Rao, Vice Principal, Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences, University of Delhi, India

Research and Innovation Support for Higher Impact (RISHI), India

About Amity Institute Of Food Technology, Amity University, Noida

With our Founder President’s unparalleled vision and dynamic leadership of Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan, Amity Institute of Food Technology (AIFT) was established under the aegis of Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida in 2006. As a mission, AIFT has been functioning as a model educational institution and creating valuable human resource in the Food Science, Technology and Nutrition Domain for the last 15 years.

Program Schedule

  • Day 01 29 Mar 2022

    Climate Change and Sustainable Food Production


    Technologies for Food Safety and Quality Analysis


    Responsible Consumption and Sustainable Diets

  • Day 02 30 Mar 2022

    Conservation and Promotion of Traditional Food Culture


    Sustainable Green Food Processing Technologies


    Food Diversity and Food Security


    Advances in Food Formulations and Packaging - introducing Sustainable Food Products and Technologies

  • Day 03 31 Mar 2022

    Valorisation of Food by-products and Food Waste


    Food and Function: achieving Bigger Goals

Patron Information


Dr. Ashok K Chauhan
Founder President RBEF


Dr. Atul Chauhan
Chancellor, Amity University


Dr. (Mrs.) Balvinder Shukla
Vice Chancellor, Amity University


Dr. V K Modi
Professor & Head of Institution, Amity Institute of Food Technology, Amity University


Dr. Monika Thakur
Associate Professor
Amity Institute of Food Technology, Amity University

Important Dates

  • Online Registrations 24 March 2022
  • Abstract submission 24 March 2022


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5th AMIFOST - 2022

Dr. Monika Thakur

Amity Institute of Food Technology

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