Upcoming events

    • 21 Apr 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Via Zoom
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    AIFST regularly networks with our students and graduate members in a zoom call as an opportunity to hear directly about what we are doing and how they would like to further benefit from their membership with AIFST.

    Our first student meeting of 2021 was held in March where a host of AIFST student and graduate members were able to come to meet each other as well as a couple of AIFST staff members. We discussed various elements of the benefits of an AIFST membership including webinars, events, student summer schools, CPD programs, the AIFST convention, the AIFST student product development and poster competitions etc. Many students in the meeting were unaware of the vast opportunities there are within AIFST for students and graduates.

    In our upcoming meeting, we will follow on from this discussion and hear the feedback students have to give about the opportunities already set in place whilst also hearing of any recommendations for additional support that AIFST can provide. Members of our NSW branch committee will be in attendance to explain what their role is in supporting the institute.

    Students will be required to register for this event, with the session being conducted utilising the virtual meeting platform zoom.  

    AIFST values our student members and seeks to continually improve their overall learning experience, so come and join the session and share your thoughts with us!


    • 27 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Via Zoom
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    Plain English Allergen Labelling – Webinar Part 2

    PEAL updates to your essential industry allergen guidance

    Join AIFST, the Allergen Bureau and the AFGC for the second part of our webinar series on PEAL.

    Our industry best practice guidance resources are designed to help food industry to approach allergen management and labelling in a consistent manner. In these three talks, we will take you through our new updates to these resources that address Plain English Allergen Labelling.

    • Food Industry Guide to Allergen Management and Labelling – Lisa Warren, Allergen Bureau
    • The VITAL Program & VITAL Online – Georgina Christensen, Allergen Bureau
    • Product Information Form - Fiona Fleming, AFGC

    Presenters:

    Lisa Warren, Allergen Bureau

    With a background in Food Science and Technology, and with a 20 year career in the food industry, working alongside a great number of inspirational people, Lisa’s passion is to help food manufacturers navigate through the challenges of allergen management. In her VITAL Support role at the Allergen Bureau, Lisa is involved in a variety of projects that address the food industry’s growing demand for information about allergen management and the VITAL Program.


    Georgina Christensen, VITAL® CoordinatorAllergen Bureau

    Georgina Christensen is the VITAL® Coordinator for the Allergen Bureau and has been in this part-time role for over twelve years. Georgina answers enquiries from the local and international food industry about implementing the VITAL Program, provides support for and develops VITAL® Online and develops support materials for the VITAL Program.  Georgina has extensive experience in the food industry in positions with multi-national food companies. Georgina is passionate about allergen management and encouraging clear and consistent allergen labelling on food products to assist those with a food allergy to make informed food choices


    Fiona Fleming, PIF Manager, AFGC

    Fiona is currently the PIF Manager supporting the development and implementation of PIF V6.0 with the AFGC.  She is also the CEO of the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST).

    Fiona is an experienced Corporate and Regulatory Affairs professional who has been involved in leading and facilitating change and developing management strategies across a portfolio of food policy and regulation matters in global FMCG and NGO environments.

    Fiona has more than 30 years’ experience in the food industry in the areas of dairy, seafood, cereal based foods, smallgoods, tea, simmer sauces and pastes, ingredients, and infant formula. Fiona has previously worked for a large FMCG company in the role of Group Quality and Corporate Affairs Manager.  In this role she was responsible for providing leadership across Australia and New Zealand in the areas of food policy and regulation; consumer affairs and communication; issues and crisis management and food quality and safety.

    • 27 Apr 2021
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Auditorium and Foyer Building 500 Chemistry South Campus Curtin University Kent Street Bently WA 6102 Australia
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    WA INDUSTRY CAREERS NIGHT

    Hear from food industry experts on their experience of working in the food industry and what they expect from job applicants.

    Speakers on the night:

    Justin Whitely, Compass Group on AIFST

    Stuart Johnson, General Manager Vesco Foods

    Samantha Fewster, Food Technologist, Quality Produce International

    Vicky Solah, Murdoch University

    Following the presentations there will be a networking session.


    • 28 Apr 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Via Zoom
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    AIFST Webinar: Demystifying statistical process control

    Date: Wednesday April 28th 

    Time: 3pm - 4pm AEST

    CPD Points: 1

    Overview: 

    Process control measures allow food businesses to produce more consistent products resulting in less downtime and less waste.

    As quality professionals we are often expected to help develop these tools; some GFSI standards are directly requiring them.

    The word ‘statistical’ can become a block in itself as this sounds very complex and difficult.

    As this webinar will explore though, the tools in themselves are relatively easy to use once we understand the basic principles.

    Presenter: Dr Andreas Klieber, FAIFST, GAICD

    Andreas is the managing director for QAPartners and CEO of QATraining (RTO 41341). QAPartners is a progressive company providing professional services in the quality and food safety sector.

    He has worked in the food industry and University sector for over 30 years, having held senior technical management roles with Australian and UK retailers.

    Andreas graduated from the University of New South Wales, Australia with a BSc (Hons 1) and PhD in Food Science and Technology.

    Following postdoctoral research in Canada, he lectured and undertook further research for 13 years in horticulture and food technology with the Universities of Queensland and Adelaide.

    Andreas gained in depth understanding of retail technical and quality management through his 3-year role with the Marks & Spencer in the UK and Coles Supermarkets for 7 years.

    Andreas is focussed on helping companies resolve complex issues, improving organisational quality culture and management systems and training team members at all levels of organisations.

    He has a strong background and skills helping clients focus on brand protection, risk mitigation and getting quality right first time every time.



    • 28 Apr 2021
    • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (UTC+09:30)
    • 2-14 Paul St, St Marys, SA 5042
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    AIFST SA Branch - In Person Site Tour - Openbook Howden

    The AIFST SA Branch invite members to a factory tour of Openbook Howden for a Food labelling and packaging tour. (Please note this is not available virtually)

    Openbook Howden are a print and design company Providing specialist print and design solutions for many industries including the food & beverage industry.

    They provide assistance with all facets of packaging such as label printing, point of sale and marketing materials.

    They advise on packaging and design layout, including content guidance such as nutrition panel and ingredient lists or barcode generation and inclusion. Their industrial design experience extends to packaging concepts and label tapering for curved surfaces and recommendations for the correct materials and adhesives for food products, such as moisture, heat and oil resistant.

    • 29 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Via Zoom
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    Topic: That’s Amore Virtual Cheese Making Tour

    Date: 29th April 2021

    Time: 12:00 pm AEST

    Overview:

    That’s Amore Cheese is a fine Italian-style cheese producer in Melbourne and leader in the Dairy Industry in Australia. The company’s founder and cheese maker Giorgio Linguanti was the first to introduce some iconic cheeses into the Australian market. 

    Our Artisan cheeses are preservative free, artificial colour free and handmade following traditional Italian recipes, using only farm fresh milk, locally sourced in Victoria.

    During the virtual tour Giorgio Linguanti will take you behind the scenes of our cheesemaking production, where you will see how day to day operations and how artisan cheese is made.


      

    • 6 May 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Via Zoom
    • 16
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    Food Recall Workshop - Online interactive webinar

    Having policies and procedures in place for a food or beverage product recall is one thing, executing them is another.

    AIFST is pleased to be hosting a comprehensive workshop to help you develop the skills necessary to implement a program to evaluate and test the recall policies and procedures in place in your business.

    This workshop will help you to understand how even the simplest oversights can derail an otherwise sound procedure. You will learn to evaluate the who, what, where, when and why of recalls and how a properly handled recall not only effectively protects the consumer, but also allows for the public image of a company to improve.

    Find out:

    • How to maintain a recall plan that is relevant to your business
    • That a mock recall is more than just a traceability exercise
    • Whether you have the resources to manage a recall
    • The common pitfalls of recall execution
    • What to look for in a product recall insurance policy

    The workshop will also feature a recall simulation exercise designed to challenge and provide opportunities to learn.

    This workshop is suitable for food and beverage business owners, Managers, Food Safety and Quality Assurance Managers, Technical Managers, Food Recall Coordinators and Recall team members.

    Presenters:

    Fiona Fleming - AIFST

    Fiona is Managing Director of the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST). She is an experienced Corporate and Regulatory Affairs professional who has been involved in leading and facilitating change and developing management strategies across a portfolio of food policy and regulatory matters in global FMCG and NGO environments.

    Fiona has more than 30 years’ experience in the food industry in the areas of dairy, seafood, cereal-based foods, smallgoods, tea, simmer sauces and pastes, ingredients and infant formula. 

    Peter McGee - Victual 

    Victual are market leaders in the delivery of tailored risk management strategies for the unique risks faced by the food industry, and will lead the workshop team, which includes experts in product recall preparedness, public relations, policy and regulation, risk management and product recall insurance.

    Peter has twenty years’ experience in the risk and insurance industries. He has multiple post-graduate qualifications that combine to provide a unique knowledge base of technical risk understanding complemented with commercial business acumen.

    Andrew Brown, GS1 Australia (MBA)

    Andrew is an expert in the management of product recalls and withdrawals. For the past seven years, Andrew has provided specialist advice for product safety professionals enabling them to plan and implement an efficient product recall management system.

    He played a key role in the development and adoption of the GS1 Australia Recall portal, currently used by 700 Australian companies across the food, general merchandise and health industries.

    Tickets:

    AIFST Members: $95.00

    Student/Graduate Members: $55.00

    Non-Members: $160.00

    Not a member? Join online today!


    • 12 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Zoom
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    Humanitarian Food Science & Technology - Webinar

    Date: Wednesday 12th May

    Time: 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (AEST)

    CPD Points: 2

    Program Overview: 

    The AIFST Humanitarian Food Science and Technology webinar will bring together thought leaders in humanitarian and emergency activities in NGOs,  academia, research institutes and the private sector and connect them with the Australian food industry.

    CLICK HERE to view the program


    • 20 May 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Zoom
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    AIFST Webinar: The need for plant based meat alternatives

    Date: Thursday 20th May

    Time: 1:00pm - 2pm (AEST)

    CPD Points: 1

    OVERVIEW: 

    In this webinar, Helen will be discussing:

    • Plant-based meat alternatives – what are these and why the interest? 
    • What do dietary guidelines recommend and what are Australians eating? 
    • How might plant-based meat alternatives fit into a heathy diet, assist with food security and help the planet? 
    • Nutrient profile of plant-based meat alternatives and reformulation targets 
    • Plant-based meat alternatives – options for consumers and industry 

    Speaker: Helen Morris, University of Adelaide

    Helen is the Program Coordinator for the Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Science at the University of Adelaide and coordinates and teaches several of the nutrition science courses within this program.

    She is an Education Specialist and a member of the University’s Education Academy, also an Accredited Practising Dietitian with 35 years of experience covering clinical nutrition and dietetics across the life cycle (neonatal to geriatrics), community and public health nutrition, food service and education across a wide variety of audiences.

    She contributed at a state-level to the development and implementation of the South Australian healthy food and nutrition policy for schools and pre-schools, in particular the development and delivery of training workshops and resources. Her contribution was recognised in 2012 with an Order of Australia Medal.


    • 17 Jun 2021
    • 9:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • 18 Jun 2021
    • 4:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • University of Newcastle Central Coast Campus
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    University of Newcastle Central Coast Campus presents

    Sustainable Food Future Conference 2021

    Connecting community, industry and academia to create a sustainable food future.


    This conference will bring together researchers, students, and local industry professionals in the food science and nutrition space to showcase current research efforts developing the next generation of sustainable food and nutrition services. The conference will feature presentations from leading experts in food science and nutrition research, with topics including nutrition and consumer science, food waste and sustainability, functional foods, postharvest technology, and nutrition and food science education.

    The organising Committee:

    Dr Tamara Bucher, Dr Patrice Jones, Dr Soumi Paul Mukhopadhyay, Dr Emma Beckett, Dr Tim Kirkman, Dr Taiwo Akanbi, Dr Penta Pristijono, Dr Quan Vuong, Dr SP Singh, Prof Chris Scarlett.

    Call for Abstracts:

    The call for abstracts and EOI for themes are now open.

    Please visit the official webpage for further information on this event

    To view the abstract submission requirements click here

    Contribution Formats: Oral presentation or poster/e-poster

    Themes may include but are not limited to:

    • Sensory and consumer science
    • Functional food ingredients
    • Sustainable food production
    • Nutrition science
    • Postharvest and food innovations
    • Food waste reduction and circular economy
    • Wine innovations

    Program: A detailed program will be announced in April 2021

    Tickets: Both Virtual and In-Person attendance options available

    • Standard In-Person Attendance – $195
    • Student In-Person Attendance – $90
    • Standard Virtual Attendance – $60
    • Student Virtual Attendance  $30

    Face to face registrations are limited to a total of 100 at this stage.

    • 26 Jul 2021
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • 27 Jul 2021
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • Novotel Sydney Olympic Park
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    AIFST21 Convention: Food Science - delivering in a changing world 26 - 27 July 2021

    Full Registration includes both Monday and Tuesday face-to-face convention and the wine and cheese tasting event.

    In partnership with Foodpro

    The 2021 AIFST Convention will once again bring together an exciting, diverse and experienced line-up of international and local speakers to share their knowledge, insights and learnings about what the future holds for the food industry both here and beyond our shores. 

    The Convention program will feature a number of keynote speakers in our plenary sessions and 4 breakout stream sessions each day.

    At AIFST we advance and inspire food sector professionals through education, engagement and recognition. 

    We support and champion their contribution to a robust, innovative, science-based Australian food industry.



    For further information, please contact the AIFST team on 0447 066 324 or via aifst@aifst.com.au.

    For all partnership enquiries, please contact Clive Russell on 0407 066 188 or via clive.russell@aifst.com.au.

    • 26 Jul 2021
    • 8:30 AM - 9:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Novotel Sydney Olympic Park
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    AIFST21 Convention: Food Science - delivering in a changing world 26 July 2021

    Day 1 only ticket includes Monday 26th face-to-face convention and the wine and cheese tasting evening.

    In partnership with foodpro

    The 2021 AIFST Convention will once again bring together an exciting, diverse and experienced line-up of international and local speakers to share their knowledge, insights and learnings about what the future holds for the food industry both here and beyond our shores. 

    The Convention program will feature a number of keynote speakers in our plenary sessions and 4 breakout stream sessions each day.

    At AIFST we advance and inspire food sector professionals through education, engagement and recognition. 

    We support and champion their contribution to a robust, innovative, science-based Australian food industry.


    For further information, please contact the AIFST team on 0447 066 324 or via aifst@aifst.com.au.

    For all partnership enquiries, please contact Clive Russell on 0407 066 188 or via clive.russell@aifst.com.au.

    • 27 Jul 2021
    • 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Novotel Sydney Olympic Park
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    AIFST21 Convention: Food Science - delivering in a changing world 27 July 2021

    Day 2 only ticket includes Tuesday 27th face-to-face convention.

    In partnership with Foodpro

    The 2021 AIFST Convention will once again bring together an exciting, diverse and experienced line-up of international and local speakers to share their knowledge, insights and learnings about what the future holds for the food industry both here and beyond our shores. 

    The Convention program will feature a number of keynote speakers in our plenary sessions and 4 breakout stream sessions each day.

    At AIFST we advance and inspire food sector professionals through education, engagement and recognition. 

    We support and champion their contribution to a robust, innovative, science-based Australian food industry.



    For further information, please contact the AIFST team on 0447 066 324 or via aifst@aifst.com.au.

    For all partnership enquiries, please contact Clive Russell on 0407 066 188 or via clive.russell@aifst.com.au.

Past events

25 Mar 2021 Webinar - Food and Mood - Use of nutraceuticals and adherence to dietary patterns in the management of mental health
23 Mar 2021 Plain English Allergen Labelling – Webinar #1 PEAL updates – what you need to know
18 Mar 2021 AIFST Webinar: Coeliac Awareness Week
15 Mar 2021 AIFST Pre-mentoring information webinar for Mentees
9 Mar 2021 International Women’s Day 2021 – Choose to Challenge
9 Mar 2021 Technical Webinar: Microbes, the third pillar in the alternative protein industry
4 Mar 2021 AIFST Student and Graduate Member Networking session
3 Mar 2021 AIFST Virtual Member Update
24 Feb 2021 Sharon Natoli: Communication Insights for Connecting with Consumers in 2021
16 Feb 2021 Technical Webinar: Allergen management insights and industry guidance
16 Feb 2021 FiE Webinar Series: Principles of Food Preservation
9 Feb 2021 NZOZ Sensory and Consumer Science Symposium
4 Feb 2021 AIFST Webinar: Codex HACCP Update 2020
2 Feb 2021 2021 AIFST Summer School - Virtual Event
3 Dec 2020 AIFST Virtual Christmas Party - Trivia Night
1 Dec 2020 Technical Webinar: SQF Edition 9 - Update
26 Nov 2020 AIFST 2020 Food Microbiology Conference
24 Nov 2020 WA EVENT - High Pressure Processing Technology: An Industry Insight
17 Nov 2020 Webinar - Food Safety Week: Food Safety – it’s in your hands
5 Nov 2020 Online Event: Vegan Trends, Challenges and Opportunities
29 Oct 2020 Whole Genome Sequencing for Better Public Health and Food Safety Outcomes - Session 2
28 Oct 2020 AIFST Members Event - Virtual Town Hall
28 Oct 2020 Whole Genome Sequencing for Better Public Health and Food Safety Outcomes BOTH SESSIONS
28 Oct 2020 Whole Genome Sequencing for Better Public Health and Food Safety Outcomes - Session 1
27 Oct 2020 Technical Webinar: Food Safety culture - what actually works?
22 Oct 2020 Technical Webinar: The Value of using Design of Experiments (DOE) in Food Product Development and Manufacturing
21 Oct 2020 Food Recall Workshop - Interactive Webinar
15 Oct 2020 AIFST Virtual Networking Event
14 Oct 2020 Webinar: High Moisture Extrusion Cooking (HMEC) Plant-Based Meat Extrusion
8 Oct 2020 Food and Nutrition Science Career Evening
8 Oct 2020 FTAA Event: FTAA Hot Topics Webinar - Innovation Reset beyond COVID – Consumers, Science, SME’s and Processing
6 Oct 2020 AIFST/FIAL Webinar: COVID-19 and your workforce – Guidelines for the food processing industry
1 Oct 2020 Webinar: Fighting food waste for a sustainable food future- how is Australia performing?
29 Sep 2020 Webinar: Fighting Food Waste using the Circular Economy
29 Sep 2020 FiE Webinar Series: Principles of Food Preservation
18 Sep 2020 Careers Webinar: Career Paths in the Food Industry
17 Sep 2020 Webinar: Sharon Natoli - How to make immunity related health claims
16 Sep 2020 Webinar: Codex HACCP Refreshed 2020
10 Sep 2020 FSANZ Webinar: 2020 Hindsight - Lessons Learned and Opportunities for Better Food Regulation
9 Sep 2020 Technical Webinar: Practical real-world food fraud control measures
2 Sep 2020 Food Recall Workshop - Interactive Webinar
1 Sep 2020 Webinar: AFGC PIF V6.0 - #5 Q&A Open House
27 Aug 2020 AIFST General Meeting
21 Aug 2020 National Science Week Webinar: #6 FSANZ Regulatory Science Strategy
20 Aug 2020 National Science Week Webinar: #5 Celebrating Food Science & Technology as a Career
19 Aug 2020 National Science Week Webinar: #4 Celebrating Food Science & Technology as a Career
18 Aug 2020 National Science Week Webinar: #3 Celebrating Food Science & Technology as a Career
18 Aug 2020 National Science Week Webinar: #2 - Celebrating Food Science & Technology as a Career
17 Aug 2020 National Science Week Webinar: #1 Food Science Career Journey and the Future
17 Aug 2020 National Science Week Webinar Series - Full Registration for all 6 webinars
6 Aug 2020 AIFST Student Member's Get Together #4
5 Aug 2020 Careers Webinar: Getting Started With LinkedIn
30 Jul 2020 ILSI Webinar: Food System Resilience & Sustainability – Impact, Learnings & the Future Post-COVID-19 Pandemic
8 Jul 2020 AIFST 2020 Annual Awards Ceremony
8 Jul 2020 Webinar: Tasmanian Food Cluster Food Waste Report
2 Jul 2020 2020 AIFST Virtual Convention - Day 4 Only (Food Security, Sustainability and Food Waste)
30 Jun 2020 2020 AIFST Virtual Convention - Day 3 Only (Future Food Production)
25 Jun 2020 2020 AIFST Virtual Convention - Day 2 Only (Health, Nutrition and Consumer Science)
24 Jun 2020 AIFST Virtual Wine and Cheese Trivia Night
24 Jun 2020 AIFST 2020 Young Members and Mentors Virtual Breakfast
23 Jun 2020 2020 AIFST Virtual Convention - Full Convention Registration
23 Jun 2020 2020 AIFST Virtual Convention - Day 1 Only (Food Safety)
22 Jun 2020 2020 AIFST Virtual Exhibition
16 Jun 2020 AIFST Student Member's Get Together #3
16 Jun 2020 Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) On-line Training Courses
10 Jun 2020 Webinar: AFGC PIF V6.0 - #4 Q&A Open House
4 Jun 2020 Technical Webinar: World Food Safety Day – Food safety, everyone’s business
2 Jun 2020 Technical Webinar: COVID-19 – Food Supply Chain Resilience
28 May 2020 Careers Webinar: Mapping your Career as a Food Safety Professional
27 May 2020 Metiisto Artisan Chocolate – Virtual Factory Tour
26 May 2020 FTAA Event: FTAA Hot Topics 2020 Online Event
21 May 2020 AIFST Student Member's Get Together #2
21 May 2020 Technical Webinar: VIRSeek SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus Environmental Testing Solution
20 May 2020 2020 AIFST Annual General Meeting
14 May 2020 Technical Webinar: Food Security in a Novel World – Food Availability
13 May 2020 Technical Webinar: COVID-19: Risk Assessment in Reverse
8 May 2020 Webinar - AFGC PIF V6.0 - #3 Allergen Information (Section 3.2)
6 May 2020 AIFST Virtual Trivia Night
5 May 2020 Online Event: Food Labelling & Consumer Law
5 May 2020 AIFST Event: AIFST Virtual Exhibition Online Demonstration
30 Apr 2020 Technical Webinar: The Virtues of Remote Audits
29 Apr 2020 Technical Webinar: How to capture learnings and draw meaning from COVID-19
22 Apr 2020 AIFST Student Member's Get Together
20 Apr 2020 Technical Webinar: Food Security in the Novel World – Safeguarding Food
15 Apr 2020 Technical Webinar: COVID-19: FMCG trends & tips to gain a competitive edge during a crisis
14 Apr 2020 AIFST Webinar - The Food Industry Guide to Allergen Management and Labelling
6 Apr 2020 Technical Webinar: Food Security in the Novel World
3 Apr 2020 Webinar - AFGC PIF V6.0 - #2 Country of Origin (Section 2.2)
2 Apr 2020 WEBINAR: CLEAN LABEL – SIMPLE INGREDIENTS
30 Mar 2020 AIFST Webinar: COVID-19 - How to deal with such an Unchosen Change
26 Mar 2020 Food Recall Workshop - Webinar
25 Mar 2020 The Virtual Lunch Room
23 Mar 2020 AIFST Webinar - Personal Food Safety in the time of COVID19
20 Mar 2020 Webinar - AFGC PIF V6.0 - #1 Ingredient Declaration (Section 2.1)
19 Mar 2020 Food and Beverage Processing Consultation Webinars
16 Mar 2020 AIFST Webinar - Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) should food businesses and consumers be worried?
11 Mar 2020 AIFST Networking Night - SA
11 Mar 2020 Food Recall Workshop- SA
10 Feb 2020 2020 NZOZ Sensory and Consumer Science Symposium

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