AIFST recently launched 13 new Communities of Interest


AIFST recently launched 13 new Communities of Interest (COIs), including geographical and special interest Communities, to better support and inform what events, services and offerings the Institute provides members. 

Communities of Interest exist in each state – QLD, VIC, NSW, SA, Tas and WA – as well across key member interest areas – Consultants, Nutrition, Sensory, Young Professionals, New Product Development and Innovation, Microbiology and Cook Chill.

Communities of Interest are an evolution of the existing AIFST Branch and Interest Group Structure and recognise the vital role members play in supporting other members and contributing to the success of the Institute as a whole. The COI’s are driven by Community of Interest Committees of more than 100 passionate members who wish to advance the objectives of the Institute and food professionals more broadly.

Thank you to all our COI Committee members for their interest and input!