Upcoming events

    • 11 Oct 2021
    • 21 Oct 2021
    • 4 sessions
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    VIRTUAL AIFST21 CONFERENCE 

    DELIVERING IN A CHANGING WORLD


    All registrations include attendance at the 'live' virtual event across all 4 days and links to access to all recordings after the conference is over.

    Click HERE to view the Convention Program overview

    Click Here for more information and to visit our Convention webpage

    Event Information:

    The convention will be held over 4 days:

    DAY 1 - Monday 11th October

    DAY 2 - Tuesday 12th October

    DAY 3 - Tuesday 19th October

    DAY 4 - Thursday 21st October

    This event will be recorded

    • 20 Oct 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Via Zoom
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    AIFST 2021 Virtual Convention Session: Traceability

    Presented by FIAL

    Wednesday October 20th, 10:30 - 12:30pm AEDT Sydney time

    Knowing the origins and the journey food has taken is increasingly important to consumers, with many expecting that information is readily available via their mobile device. At the same time, providers of food and ingredients are rapidly adopting IT and data capture solutions to better manage their production, costs, inventory, logistics and food safety. We regularly hear about sensors, digital supply, IoT and other references to gathering data, but how might the future of data capture and management look? What are the future needs that will drive data collection and insights? What future options are there to deliver the traceability and transparency of the journey our food takes?

    Join industry experts to hear their insights into the possible future of data needs, data capture and the opportunities that offers in production, packaging and e-commerce. The insights will be followed by a panel with the experts available to answer questions.

    Session chair:

    Barry McGookin

    Barry is the General Manager of Innovation for Food Innovation Australia with 30yrs in the food and agri-business industry working with innovations both pre and post farm gate, domestic, foodservice and export markets. With both a food technology and marketing background, Barry has worked with 170+ companies over the last 8 years, providing Idea-Market and innovation support across the whole Agri-Food supply chain, including supporting development of new approaches to protein snacks for the elderly, alternative beverage packaging and removing single use plastics in food service. As a passionate connector of solutions for companies with questions, one of Barry’s great joys is working with so many inspirational innovative small companies taking on Australia and the world.

    Speakers:

    SPEAKER NAME SPEAKER PRESENTATION TITLE

    Peter Carter - Director - Business Development & Innovation GS1

    The future of digital data capture

    Brett Wiskar – Chief Future Officer – Wiley


    Finding and using data in the future of manufacturing 

    Michael Dosser – Group General Manager – Result Group of Companies


    Packaging and traceability, what’s the future?

    AusTrade – presenter TBC

    The shape of e-commerce to come


    • 20 Oct 2021
    • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Via Zoom
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    AIFST 2021 VIRTUAL ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY

    Wednesday October 20th

    Time: 4:30 - 6:00pm AEDT

    The AIFST Annual Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of our members and colleagues in the food industry and their contribution to the Institute.

    Please join us to celebrate the achievements of our award winners.

    This event is free to register.

    • 21 Oct 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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    FOCUS ON DAY 4 - Sustainability, resilience and food security in a changing world

    Day four of the convention is all about Sustainability, resilience and food security in a changing world.  We have another day of great speakers to round out the convention. We have bought together an interesting mix of speakers to tackle this topic. Worried you don't have time to attend the live event - all sessions will be recorded so you can still experience the food science revolution at your own pace - register to receive access to the recorded sessions after the convention.

    Join us in October to grow, learn and connect.
    • 21 Oct 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    Career Information Evening for Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Science and AIFST Students

    The Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Science program is once again joining forces with Food South Australia, the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology and Fight Food Waste - Stop Food Waste Australia to put on an annual Careers Evening for Food and Nutrition Science students.

    We are pleased to announce that Professor Martin Cole will open the event and Dr Steve Lapidge will MC the evening. Professor Cole is Head of the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, at the University of Adelaide's Waite Campus and Dr Lapidge is inaugural CEO of the Fight Food Waste Ltd, which incorporates the Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) and Stop Food Waste Australia.

    The event will be a chance to hear from graduates showcasing different career outcomes, gather ideas on becoming job-ready and to meet, network and connect with industry. You will hear from Catherine Sayer, CEO Food South Australia and Julie CoxThe Director / Principal of Provenance Legal who serves on the board of The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology(AIFST). There will be several networking opportunities with various food and nutrition industries, graduates, as well as members of Food South Australia and AIFST.

    This event is being held both In-Person and Virtually. Please indicate your attendance type when you register.

    Click here to register: https://foodandnutritionsciencecareerevening2021.eventbrite.com


    • 22 Oct 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Via Zoom
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    AIFST 2021 Virtual Convention Session: Australian Institute of Packaging

    Friday October 22nd, 10:00 - 11:30am AEDT

    The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) are hosting a session with AIFST to showcase three innovative and intuitive packaging solutions that recently won PIDA awards.

    Simplot, Brookfarm and Pana Organic all have one thing in common…they are leading the way in developing sustainable and circular packaging designs that lower environmental impacts.

    This interactive session will have a panel discussion moderated by Barry McGookin where we will deep dive and invite attendees to ask lots of questions.   

    Session chair: Barry McGookin

    Barry is the General Manager of Innovation for Food Innovation Australia with 30yrs in the food and agri-business industry working with innovations both pre and post farm gate, domestic, foodservice and export markets. With both a food technology and marketing background, Barry has worked with 170+ companies over the last 8 years, providing Idea-Market and innovation support across the whole Agri-Food supply chain, including supporting development of new approaches to protein snacks for the elderly, alternative beverage packaging and removing single use plastics in food service. As a passionate connector of solutions for companies with questions, one of Barry’s great joys is working with so many inspirational innovative small companies taking on Australia and the world.

    Welcome: Nerida KeltonAIP

    Presentation Overviews & Speakers:

    Presentation 1: Jigisha Trivedi (MAIP & Packaging TechnologistSimplot Australia) AND Tom Hilder, Product Designer, Detpak

    With Australia wasting a staggering 7.3 million tonnes of food a year which equates to 298 KG of food per person now is the time to look at ways to lower our environmental impact. One such way is to understand how to embed innovative and intuitive design features in to Save Food Packaging to minimise food waste at the start of the Supply Value Chain.To meet the needs of the Foodservice channel, Simplot developed Edgell Supa crunch, a new chip designed to stay crunchy for up to 40 minutes throughout the challenging delivery process.The product has instructions on the pack as to how to use it, and how to effectively extend the life of the chips to keep hot and crispy and therefore not wasted.  

     

    Presentation 2: Sally Carter (Head of Operations & ProcurementBrookfarm) AND Jessica Ansell (AAIPMarketing ManagerO F Packaging)

    Hear how Brookfarm are actively working on being sustainable inside and out. Taking bold steps to embrace sustainable and circular design into their packaging Brookfarm are the first to market to develop a soft plastics pack that can be rolled up and accepted through MRF's. This feature means consumers can dispose of the Brookfarm bag directly into their household recycling bin, rather than having to take it back to soft plastic collection in-store. This kerbside recyclable pouch is the solution that Brookfarm have been waiting for and adds tremendous value to their already eco-focused brand. 

    For a company heavily invested in the wealth of the Australian environment, recyclable packaging made from a single polymer is a huge benefit and helps move towards a circular economy.

                 

    Presentation 3: Nicholas Payne MAIP (Business Development & Marketing ManagerZipform Packaging) on behalf of Pana Organic

    Find out how Pana Organic developed innovative renewable, recyclable and recoverable drinking chocolate packaging to meet the 2025 National Packaging Targets. The Pana Organic drink blend range is the first in category to utilise Zipform Packaging's unique to the region linear formed composite manufacturing process with an integrated printed layer to create a smooth to the touch pack presentation. As a result of the foil in the structure of the pack, Pana drink blends preserves the pack exquisitely through its retails shelf life. Through the use of a paperboard base in the pack (compared to a metal end), the pack is 25% lighter than traditional composite cans (225g pack), resulting in cost, transport and recycling benefits.

    CLICK HERE TO VIEW FLYER




    • 27 Oct 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Via Zoom
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    Online Workshop: The Art of using LinkedIn – Going Deeper 

    Wednesday October 27th, 2021, 1.00 – 4.00pm (AEDT)

    In this presentation LinkedIn expert Jo Saunders, will share some of the latest features, her frameworks and strategies to help you network, engage and build relationships more effectively using LinkedIn through the art of 'Connectfluence'.

    Discover how LinkedIn can be used to;

    • Energise your brand presence and increase visibility 
    • Enhance your credibility and thought leadership
    • Earn influence, build relationships and generate leads

    Attend this session live to have the chance to have your LinkedIn Profile reviewed by Jo.   

    If you want to make a difference and you want clarity and confidence to take advantage of this free powerful tool, attend this session to have LinkedIn demystified and working effectively.

    Presenter:

    Jo Saunders - Wildfire Social Marketing


    Jo Saunders is a leading independent LinkedIn expert, marketing strategist and social media educator who has been helping people connect since the early 90s.  Known as the LinkedIn Demystifier, she guides specialists, experts, thought leaders and organisations through the complexities of LinkedIn and social marketing tools to energise their brand, establish credibility and earn influence through the power of ConnectfluenceTM.

    She is the co-author of 'Get Good or Get Off - A guide to getting it right on social media', was named #2 LinkedIn Expert in Asia Pacific for 2018 and is a finalist in 3 categories of the 2021 Social Media Marketing Institute Awards.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/josaunders/

    Tickets:

    AIFST Members: $65

    Non-Members: $99

    Not a member? Join online today!


    • 18 Nov 2021
    • 10:00 AM
    • 19 Nov 2021
    • 6:00 PM
    • Via Zoom

    FiE Course: HMEC (Extrusion of Plant-Based Meats)

    Date: 18- 19 November 2021

    10% discount for AIFST members

    REGISTRATION: https://www.fie.com.au/events/hmec-australia

    High Moisture Extrusion Cooking (HMEC) is used to process functional protein ingredients into meat-like textures - that is, used to make “Plant-Based Meats”. It is a specialised application of extrusion technology. While not, in itself, a “new” process, it is only recently that it has started to become more widely used commercially, at a time when the vegetarian and vegan markets are expanding rapidly, and there is increasing concern over the environmental sustainability of continued widespread consumption of animal products.

    The program starts by introducing extrusion technology in general, but moves quickly to consideration of the ingredients used for HMEC. Explanation of the protein reactions required to cause texturisation alternates with presentation of the conditions required in the extruder and how to achieve those conditions.

    In HMEC, the design of the die is critical in firstly achieving texturisation, and secondly in controlling the type of texture produced. What is happening in the die, and the design of long cooled texturisation dies, is discussed.

    To demonstrate the theory, two practical demonstrations will be shown (pre-recorded videos). On Day 1 a demonstration of basic HMEC technology, and on Day 2 showing how adjusting conditions in the barrel can be used to modify and control the texture.

    For program overview and further details please go to the FiE Website

    • 25 Nov 2021
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • 100 Boundary St, West End
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    The AIFST Qld Branch is holding a Christmas Party and you are invited to join!

    When - Thursday 25th November, 6:30- 8:30pm 


    • 1 Dec 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 6:30 PM (WAST)
    • 6 Morrison St Como WA 6152
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    WA Food For Thought Workshop

    Face to face event

    A major food industry professional event to inform you on the latest developments in the food industry!

    Six speakers, featuring inter-state and local experts representing the following industry sectors and disciplines: CSIRO, Legal and Regulatory Consultant, Government Regulator (FSANZ), Local Industry, Food Safety Specialist, Local Research and Development

    NOTE: this is a live event and will not be available virtually or recorded.

    Speakers:

     Topic  Speaker
    1: Current policy & Future Changes within the Australian Food Regulatory System

    Dr Sandra Cuthbert,

    Interim CEO, FSANZ

     2: The Food Technology Facility – Benefits to the WA Food and Beverage Industry

    David Doepel,

    Chair, Peel Development Commission

    3: Food Waste

    Speaker: Prof. Anas Ghadouani, Programme Chair of Environmental Engineering, UWA

    4: Innovations in Food Science and Product Development

    Prof. Michelle Colgrave,

    Agriculture and Food, CSIRO

    5: Bush Foods

    Nikki Poulish,

    DPIRD Albany

    6: Applications of Metabolic Phenotyping (‘fingerprinting’) for the Food Industry

    Dr Ruey Leng Loo,

    Australian National Phenome Centre, Murdoch University

    Tickets:

    AIFST Members: $50.00

    AIFST Student Members: $10.00

    Non- Member Students: $25.00

    Non-Members: $160.00

    Not a member? Join online today!


    • 15 Feb 2022
    • 17 Feb 2022
    • Virtual
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    The 16th NZOZ Sensory and Consumer Science Symposium is designed to provide new inspiration and knowledge for sensory and consumer professionals.

    In 2022, we are excited to announce that, for the first time, we will also invite our colleagues from the Asian Sensory Network to participate in our symposium.

    The Symposium will be virtual, hosted by QAAFI, The University of Queensland on 15th, 16th, 17th February 2022.

    The Symposium is an excellent platform for New Zealand, Australian and Asian sensory and consumer researchers and professionals to:

    • Interact with international science leaders in this field
    • Learn about the latest developments in research methods
    • Network and exchange ideas

    We will again enjoy a full program of speakers and poster presentations.  We encourage everyone to participate, including students. 

    Please submit your abstract now.

    The NZOZ Sensory and Consumer Science Symposium organising committee are proud to announce that Dr Sara R Jaeger and A/Prof Sujinda Sriwattana will be our keynote speakers for the 2022 Symposium.

    Visit the symposium webpage for more information

Past events

19 Oct 2021 2021 AIFST Virtual Convention - Day 3 Only - Innovation & Future Food Production & Processing Systems
14 Oct 2021 Young Professionals & Mentoring Networking Lunch
12 Oct 2021 2021 AIFST Virtual Convention - Day 2 Only - Health, Nutrition and Consumer Science
11 Oct 2021 2021 AIFST Virtual Convention - Day 1 Only - Food Safety
30 Sep 2021 AIFST Consultants – Update and Launch of Guide
30 Sep 2021 Packaging Sustainability and the Australian Packaging Covenant Background and Case Study
29 Sep 2021 Driving Improved Sustainability and Quality Through Innovative Cold Chain Technology
28 Sep 2021 Allergen Lateral Flow Devices – How they work and when to use them
23 Sep 2021 ACU Webinar -Dietetic Practice and Culinary Nutrition
16 Sep 2021 Food Recall Workshop - Interactive Webinar
15 Sep 2021 Webinar: Navigating the novel food & nutritive substance regulatory maze
14 Sep 2021 LinkedIn Refresher – An Overview of the Power of this Professional Network
8 Sep 2021 Aquaworks – virtual factory tour
8 Sep 2021 A Seedlab Tasmania Masterclass: Health and Nutritional Claims for Food and Drink Products
7 Sep 2021 Webinar: Organic Certification – trends, challenges & opportunities
1 Sep 2021 AIFST Virtual Workshop: Navigating the Food Regulation Maze
31 Aug 2021 Webinar: Food Irradiation - an underutilised technology
24 Aug 2021 Leveraging Real-time Data to Improve End-to-end Traceability and Sustainability
17 Aug 2021 Webinar - Microwave Assisted Thermal Sterilisation (MATS): Australia’s shelf-stable food manufacturing opportunity
11 Aug 2021 Webinar: AIFST Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program
3 Aug 2021 WA: Allergens and Food Labelling AIFST Technical Event
29 Jul 2021 Webinar - AIFST Student & Graduate catch up
14 Jul 2021 AIFST - Virtual Talk ‘n’ Trivia Night
13 Jul 2021 Webinar: Insect Allergy Research Update
8 Jul 2021 AIFST Webinar: Why businesses struggle to ADVANCE Productivity, Performance and Profitability Consistently
7 Jul 2021 Webinar: Exploring Hemp Gin & Vodka with Natural Distilling Co
1 Jul 2021 Webinar - Food Safety – Crisis Proof Quality Systems
25 Jun 2021 UoN Sustainable Food Future Conference Dinner
24 Jun 2021 AIFST Virtual Workshop: Navigating the Food Regulation Maze
22 Jun 2021 Webinar - PIF V6.0 Implementation Roadmap: “Things I wish I knew or had access to before implementing this”
17 Jun 2021 UoN - Sustainable Food Future Conference 2021
15 Jun 2021 FiE Course: Retort Supervisors Course - Thermal Processing
8 Jun 2021 Webinar - World Food Safety Day 2021
26 May 2021 AIFST 2021 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
26 May 2021 Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis – a fact of life for many Australians
25 May 2021 Careers Night - WA
20 May 2021 AIFST Webinar: The need for plant based meat alternatives
12 May 2021 Humanitarian Food Science & Technology - Webinar
6 May 2021 Food Recall Workshop - Interactive Webinar
29 Apr 2021 That’s Amore Virtual Cheese Making Tour
28 Apr 2021 AIFST SA Branch – In Person Site Tour – Openbook Howden
28 Apr 2021 AIFST Webinar: Demystifying statistical process control
27 Apr 2021 Plain English Allergen Labelling – Webinar #2 PEAL updates to your essential industry allergen guidance
21 Apr 2021 AIFST Student and Graduate Member Catch Up
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)
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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