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Hundreds of IAFP posters detail the latest in food safety technology

This year’s IAFP 2020 event, “A Virtual Annual Meeting”, Oct. 26-28 will feature hundreds of poster presentations detailing current information on a variety of topics relating to food safety.

The posters provide quantity and quality of information on the latest methods and technologies available. The posters are available for advanced viewing for registered attendees here

This year’s posters sessions are divided into three groupings:

Session 1, Monday, Oct. 26 – 

  • Beverages and Acid/Acidified Foods
  • Food Chemical Hazards and Food Allergens
  • Food Toxicology
  • Laboratory and Detection Methods
  • Meat, Poultry, and Eggs
  • Packaging 
  • Retail and Food Service Safety
  • Seafood
  • Water

Session 2, Tuesday, Oct. 27 – 

  • Communication Outreach and Education
  • Epidemiology
  •  Food Defense
  • Food Law and Regulation
  • Food Processing Technologies
  • Food Safety Systems
  • General Microbiology
  • Low-water Activity Foods
  • Modeling and Risk Assessment
  • Molecular Analytics
  • Genomics and Microbiome Communication Outreach and Education

Session 3, Wednesday, Oct. 28 – 

  • Antimicrobials
  • Dairy
  • Microbial Food Spoilage
  • Pre-harvest Food Safety
  • Produce
  • Sanitation and Hygiene
  • Viruses and Parasites

Not registered? Registration is still open and can be found here.

Attendees will join thousands of food safety professionals from around the world for three days of remote sharing, learning, and networking.

In a usual year, the IAFP Annual Meeting is attended by more than 3,800 of the top industry, academic, and governmental food safety professionals from six continents. The event is known for the quantity, quality, and diversity of each year’s program; the quality and relevance of exhibits sharing the latest in available technologies; leading experts speaking on a variety of timely topics; and special recognition of outstanding professionals and students for their contributions in the food safety field.

The IAFP says it is committed to producing a high-quality program in the virtual setting, including presentations, general sessions, exhibits, and award recognitions. After-hours options offer conversation and networking opportunities.

For more information on the IAFP 2020 event, “A Virtual Annual Meeting,” visit their website.

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