FPSC 2025 Innovation Agenda

The FPSC 2025 Innovation Agenda focuses on transformational risk management in fresh produce food safety by tapping into indigenous and global talent within fresh produce, the research community, and the technology and innovation experts outside our natural space to help find solutions.

Under the FPSC 2025 Innovation Agenda we aim to ask – and answer – the challenging questions to strive towards safer food in New Zealand and Australia.

2025 Innovation Agenda Projects:

Review of the Audit Process

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FPSC 2025 Innovation Agenda: Review of the Audit Process (Summary)
FPSC 2025 Innovation Agenda: Review of the Audit Process (Full Report)

The FPSC, with the assistance of industry professionals and their networks, conducted a study of thirteen food safety schemes and certification bodies in Oceania, the Americas, United Kingdom and Europe to determine what innovations are being applied in our region and elsewhere in the world to improve the current audit process.

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Rapid Diagnostic Methods for Foodborne Pathogens

 

 

 

 

 

FPSC 2025 Innovation Agenda: Rapid Diagnostic Methods for Foodborne Pathogens Outlook for the Fresh Produce Industry (Summary).
FPSC 2025 Innovation Agenda: Rapid Diagnostic Methods for Foodborne Pathogens Outlook for the Fresh Produce Industry (Full Report).

The Fresh Produce Safety Centre has released a new industry report on rapid diagnostic methods for the detection of pathogens on fresh produce. The report, Rapid Diagnostic Methods for Foodborne Pathogens: Outlook for the Fresh Produce Industry, was commissioned as part of the FPSC 2025 Innovation Agenda.

The report details the state of current research on technologies for the quick identification of pathogens, identifies the most promising technologies for the fresh produce industry, and provides conclusions and recommendations including the next steps that should be taken to advance the field of rapid diagnostic methods.

Read the full report and two-page summary.

The webinar even page can be found here.