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Sessions @ IAFP 2015

IAFP European Symposium on Food Safety
Cardiff, United Kingdom
21/04/2015

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Two ILSI Europe scientific sessions were held at the IAFP European Symposium on Food Safety on 21 April 2015, in Cardiff, Wales, UK.

FLYER

The flyer presenting both sessions and their program are available here.

SESSION: The importance of microbiological testing in food safety management

Tuesday 21 April 2015, 13.30-15.00

The brochure of the Session is available here.

Supported by the Risk Analysis in Food Microbiology Task Force.

PROGRAMME

The role of validation, verification and microbiological sampling in a food safety management system
Prof. Marcel Zwietering (Wageningen University, NL)

The relevance of end product testing: the example of canned foods and cooked ham
Prof. Jeanne-Marie Membré (INRA, FR)

Relevance of microbial testing for verification in the production of chocolate
Dr Anett Winkler (Mondelez International, DE)

MORE INFORMATION

To get more information on the session and read the speakers’ abstracts and bios, please click here.

SESSION: Fresh produce and water: How can risk assessments be used in ensuring safety of fresh produce?

Tuesday 21 April 2015, 15.30-17.00

The brochure of the Session is available here.

Supported by the Emerging Microbiological Issues Task Force.

PROGRAMME

Target microorganisms used in risk assessments related to water and/or fresh produce
Dr Ana Allende Prieto (CEBAS-CSIC, ES)

Data gaps to be considered in modelling strategies for fresh produce
Dr Peter McClure (Mondelez International, DE)

Usage of QMRA studies in risk assessments related to use of water and fresh produce
Dr Liesbeth Jacxsens (Ghent University, BE)

MORE INFORMATION

To get more information on the session and read the speakers’ abstracts and bios, please click here.

CONTACT

For more information on the programme of these sessions, please contact Ms Lilou van Lieshout, Scientific Project Manager.