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Shelf-life Sense and Sensibility webinar

  • 10 Mar 2022
  • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Via Zoom


  • Free
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  • Free

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When it comes to shelf-life there is a lot of science, practice, and myths. AIFST Tasmanian Branch, Seedlab Tasmania and the University of Tasmania, are pleased to present this webinar aiming to debunk the science behind shelf-life.

Our diverse range of speakers from academia to industry will offer insights into the concepts of shelf-life, with a refresher on the essential microbiological and sensory concepts behind it, different techniques of extending the shelf-life of your products and how to test it in a laboratory setting. 

This event is/will be of interest for small business operators, students and professionals who want to develop a deeper understanding of the concepts of shelf-life and offers an opportunity for virtual networking with the speakers and attendees after the event.


  • Prof Tom Ross, University of Tasmania Extending shelf life with quality - a paradox?
  • Fiona Fleming, AIFST - Shelf life regulation
  • Jodie Hill, Sensory Solutions - the sensory aspects of shelf-life
  • Jasmine Lacis-Lee, BVAQ - the laboratory testing of shelf-life
  • Dr Matthew Wilson, University of Tasmania – extending shelf life through ingredients and packaging

There will be plenty of time allowed for questions and discussion.

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