An esteemed group of international food safety and food microbiology experts is gathering in Australia this September for a conference that seeks to confront the vital challenge of securing food safety for all. The 'Securing Global Food Safety' conference takes place 26-28 September 2011 at The Sebel, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. The event incorporates the 2nd International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) Asia Pacific Symposium on Food Safety, and the 14th Australian Food Microbiology Conference. Presenters include a host of leading international and Australian food scientists, public health professionals, sector regulators and key representatives from the food industry. A comprehensive trade exhibit will provide attendees with an opportunity to see latest technologies and applications in managing food safety. Plenary sessions will reinforce the global impact of food safety into a global context, while microbiological hazards updates will present valuable learnings from recent case studies. For full program details and registration brochure, go to www.aifst.com.au, and click on the Securing Global Food Safety conference link. Alternatively, call (61) 2 8399 3996. Please note spaces are limited. 'Securing Global Food Safety' is a partnership venture between the IAFP, the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology Incorporated (AIFST), and the International Commission on Microbiological Specifications for Foods (ICMSF).
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