The Australian Institute of Food Science & Technology (AIFST) will virtually present the 2022 Food Microbiology Conference on Tuesday 5 April.
Across the food supply chain, reducing the burden of food borne illness and harnessing the potential of microorganisms are vital issues for everyone involved. This conference will speak to the challenges, complexity, and opportunities posed by microorganisms in the food supply.
AIFST seeks to raise the profile of food microbiology and the importance of ongoing research and development activities.
The conference will offer a content-rich, day-long program focusing on the Australian food safety landscape.
The program hosts a selection of speakers addressing topics from the burden of food borne illness to factors impacting the supply of safe and trusted food. Plus, there will be a series of moderated question and answer sessions where attendees can engage with the speakers.
AIFST’s goal is to deliver a professionally rewarding experience which will provide a platform to make professional contacts and takeaways that will elevate attendees’ knowledge of current issues in food microbiology.
The 2022 Food Microbiology Conference will be of interest and relevance to personnel across the entire food industry, as well as food regulators, academics, researchers and government officials.
To register and for further details, visit the AIFST event webpage here.