TORONTO — Cheryl Murphy, a researcher from the Michigan State University (MSU) Center for PFAS Research, delivered a presentation on the persistent issue of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) at the International Association for FoodContinue Reading Researcher sheds light on PFAS concerns and urges action at IAFP Conference
TORONTO — Food safety professionals were encouraged to have a “stocktaking moment” during the opening session of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) symposium here.
Delivering the Ivan Parkin lecture, Sarah Cahill, a long-time…Continue Reading Food standards in focus as IAFP returns to Canada
In observance of the upcoming fifth World Food Safety Day (WFSD) on June 7, the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) has announced that it will provide open access to its webinar archives for non-members…Continue Reading IAFP Offers Open Access to Webinars During June 2023
Two recent studies published by the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) on flour indicate that U.S. consumers need more education on how to use flour safely.
The first study, titled “Consumption of Raw Flour …
Continue Reading Studies show consumers need more flour safety education
Experts have called for debates at a conference on food safety in Africa to be the “beginning of a journey” during their concluding remarks.
Blaise Ouattara, food safety and quality officer at the FAO regional…
Continue Reading African food safety event hailed as ‘just the beginning’
Speakers at a roundtable discussion stressed the need to build capacity, engage policymakers, and use technology to improve food safety in Africa.
The session, organized by the Africa Union Commission (AUC), featured Simplice Nouala head…
Continue Reading African experts discuss food safety on the continent
The International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) has opened a call for proposals to its European symposium next year.
The IAFP European Symposium organizing committee is inviting people to submit a proposal for presentation during…
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The WHO and FAO interim guidelines on COVID-19 and food safety are flawed, according to one expert who is hoping a planned update will solve the problem.
Roger Cook said the Food and Agriculture Organization…
Continue Reading Expert says COVID-19 guidance from FAO and WHO is ‘misleading’
Registration has opened for IAFP’s European Symposium on Food Safety, which is scheduled in April.
The International Association of Food Protection (IAFP) symposium is set for a virtual meeting on April 27 and 28. It…
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The International Association for Food Protection’s program committee is inviting members and other interested individuals to submit proposals for abstracts and posters for IAFP 2021 meeting. The submission deadline is Jan. 19, 2021.