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Allergen Lateral Flow Devices – How they work and when to use them

  • 28 Sep 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Via Zoom


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Allergen Lateral Flow Devices – How they work and when to use them

Tuesday September 28, 2021, 1.00 – 2.00pm (AEST)

One of the most important methods to manage food allergies is to control foods containing the causative proteins. This can involve common procedures such as GMP, HACCP and SSOP which are routinely verified through laboratory testing. Lateral Flow Devices (LFD) are one of the most rapid testing methods used within the manufacturing sector for allergen management. Jasmine and Troy will discuss the inner workings of the method, the role they can play in allergen mitigation and the fit for purpose nature of these devices.


Troy Gosetti -  Neogen

Troy Gosetti works in a technical role at the Australian branch of Neogen Corporation. Troy provides customer technical support for Neogen Food Safety product lines within Australia and specializes in allergen testing, implementation and troubleshooting.

Troy has completed a bachelor’s degree with honours in Biomedical Sciences and has worked in the academic, pharmaceutical and food testing space for over 15 years. Prior to working at Neogen, Troy has worked in multiple roles within an analytical food testing lab, most recently as a technical specialist within the allergen department.

Jasmine Lacis-Lee - BVAQ

Jasmine Lacis-Lee is a specialist in food safety management within the Australian food manufacturing industry. Jasmine has a Bachelor of Science, with more than 20 years’ experience as a food microbiologist and over 15 years’ experience working in the food & beverage industries. She currently holds professional memberships with the ASM (Australian Society of Microbiology), AIFST (Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology), and EHEDG (European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group).

She is the Honorary and Company Secretary of the Allergen Bureau, appointed a Board Director in 2018. She is also proud to be the founding Co-chair and a Board Director for Australian Regional division of the EHEDG.

Jasmine joined BVAQ based in QLD in July 2015 and in her role regularly consults both Nationally and Internationally with a variety of organisations from large global food and beverage manufacturers, regulatory authorities, through to single hospital and hotel kitchens, where she provides strategies for managing microbiological and allergen risks; provides support with equipment installation and validations; as well developing customised training covering microbiology, allergens and food safety risks. Jasmine is also responsible for delivering Allergen Bureau endorsed VITAL® training.


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