STAFF REPORT LHR: The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) and Nestlé Pakistan, the worlds leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company marked MoU for joint Food Safety research programs.


Vice Chancellor UVAS Prof DrTalatNaseer Pasha and Head of Technical for Nestlé Pakistan Naveed Ahmad Khan and different authorities from both sides signed the MoU under which an examination study will be led on “Evaluation of Aflatoxin Control Measures on Performance of Dairy Animals in Punjab.”


The Nestlé will complement the university in the study which will look at the impacts of mycotoxins on the wellbeing and drain yielding limit of microorganisms and how mycotoxin levels in milk can be diminished.


Prof DrTalatNaseer Pasha will be the Project Principal Investigator while Dr Muhammad Nasir from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition will be the Co-Principal Investigator.


Talking on the event, the Vice Chancellor said, “I welcome the ceaseless endeavors and monetary backing of Nestlé for understudy grants, entry level positions, connected research and different ranges. I am glad that Nestlé and UVAS are holding hands for another task that will help the nation move towards safe milk value chain”.


Head of Technical for Nestlé Pakistan Naveed Ahmad Khan said, “We are focused on offering learning on Food Safety to any individual who needs it to encourage conveying safe items to all. He said, “Our way to deal with nourishment security covers the whole esteem chain, from ranch to fork.” He said his organization is driving a broad battle for consciousness of good encouraging practices among agriculturists and steers food makes.

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