Thanks for this question. Despite the attractive website, I would not sign up for this conference.
There are tens of thousands of fake or low quality conferences advertised on the internet, or via email and so researchers need to be very careful and critically-minded about choosing suitable events. I think this is one of those dubious conferences.
I would only take an 'international' conference seriously if it is CLEARLY associated with a well-known society (national, regional or international), or a well-known university or research institute. Alternatively, if you recognise the keynote speakers, or if your colleagues have been to the conference previously and recommend it - these are good indicators too.
If I am unsure of the quality of a conference, I usually look at the programme and the details/pictures from the previous conference. Let's look at these for ICFSN:
- Programme (http://www.icfsn.org/prog.html) - the conference is only one day! The second day is a tourist trip. That's a bad sign. Often these fake conferences advertise tourist activities to lure in prospective attendees.
- Previous conferences (http://www.icfsn.org/photo.html). Look at the number of people in the group photos. This is not an 'international' conference, it is a small gathering of researchers at best. You have to ask yourself whether this type of event would be useful for learning or networking if all you are doing is sharing a conference room with 20 other people for one day.
Furthermore, the conference promises publication in a dubious quality journal (International Journal of Food Engineering), which does not look trustworthy at all. I'm not sure how peer review fits in here!
Well done for identifying that CBEES are the organisation behind this conference - it took me a while to follow the links and work this out! Looking at their website ( www.cbees.org ) they do not look like a credible organisation - they seem to be commercial conference organisers, not a scientific or scholarly association!
In conclusion, I think you should look for a better conference to present your research.
See also these links on what to look out for when choosing a conference:
Let me know if you have any questions