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Celebrating World Food Safety Day 2021! This year’s theme is Safe Food Now for a Healthy Tomorrow. Food safety is everyone’s business, so FPSC has put together a list of 5 actions you can take today to help enhance food safety across the supply chain:
Visit Freshcare at the Hort Connections Lockyer Valley Growers Expo 7 June: More
Sign up for AIFST’s webinar for World Food Safety Day on 8 June: More
Watch the GFSI webinar for World Food Safety Day: More
Review the Center for Produce Safety’s Annual Research Symposium sessions 15, 22, 29 June and 6, 13 July: More
Register for the FPSC’s Fresh Produce Safety Conference on 18 August: More
Visit the WHO on World Food Safety Day. More.Read Article →
We’re back! Future Directions for Produce Safety is this year’s theme for the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand’s annual conference. With an eye on the horizon, a highly experienced and broad cohort of industry professionals are gathering to present, analyse and discuss the key issues facing the safe production of fresh produce, now and into the future.
Meet new contacts, join old friends, network, learn and share to advance fresh produce food safety in our region. The 2021 Fresh Produce Safety Conference is presented over one day at the Refectory, Holme Building, University of Sydney and broadcast live via an online production.
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We’re hiring! We need an events organiser two days a week for the next three months.
The FPSC is looking for a super-organised, speedy, tech-savvy events genius to assist us with upcoming events, both online and face-to-face. Sound like you? Apply by 17 May.
Position description is here.
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The Sponsorship Prospectus for the 2021 Fresh Produce Safety Conference is available now.
The Fresh Produce Safety Conference will be held in Sydney and online on 18 August 2021. Themed Future Directions for Produce Safety, the conference brings together key industry professionals to explore issues and research around fresh produce food safety.
Click to view the Sponsorship Prospectus