CSIRO: High pressure processing (HPP) is used routinely in approximately 200 industrial units worldwide mainly for cold pasteurisation of smallgoods, meals, beverages and a variety of produce. HPP can not only extend shelf-life, but can also reduce reliance on preservatives and inactivate foodborne pathogens while maintaining colour, flavour and fresh-like characteristics.

This workshop, hosted by CSIRO, provides the ideal opportunity for companies to learn how HPP could add value to their business and enhance the quality, shelf-life, and safety of their products. 24 November 2016 at CSIRO’s food innovation centre, 671 Sneydes Road, Werribee Vic. 3030.

Full details at the CSIRO website