Food Safety Risks & Challenges in the Produce Sector
A seminar on the microbiological food safety risks and challenges relating to fresh and frozen produce.
safefood is hosting this free seminar on the microbiological food safety risks and challenges relating to fresh and frozen produce. This seminar will be of interest to anyone working in the fruit and vegetable sector, researchers, regulators, public health professionals and the wider food sector. Our experts will be here to address all of your questions.
|Registration (tea / coffee)
|STEC in fresh produce - a food safety dilemma
Formerly US FDA
|Processing of frozen vegetables: What we have learnt from the last outbreak?
EFSA sub group
|Characterisation of Listeria outbreak isolates from frozen sweetcorn
|Break (tea / coffee)
|Viruses in the food industry - is it time to go viral?
Campden BRI Group
|Cyclospora outbreaks involving fresh produce
Public Health Wales
|Growth of Listeria on fresh leafy vegetables
University of Limerick
|Ensuring the safety of mushrooms
|Food safety inspections on fresh produce
Aidan O’ Donnell
|Guidance for safe production of fresh produce
|Questions & Answers
Please note: Photography and video recording may take place at the event and these images may be used in safefood promotional materials, publications and website content. By attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any safefood materials.
These training workshops are part of the safefood Knowledge Networks programme of activities to enable professionals within the agri-food sector to meet new and emerging food safety challenges.