New Approaches to the Safety, Quality and Performance Triangle
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Hosted by US-IDF, this symposium and tour is open to anyone interested in the dairy industry, but you must register for that day if you are not attending the working group meetings.
This half day symposium will stimulate ideas by hearing from speakers outside of the dairy industry, address food safety challenges and opportunities, and highlight cutting edge technologies in an effort to balance the triangle of Safety, Quality and Performance.
Challenges and New Approaches in Analytic Techniques – What can we learn from other industries
Jeff Shippar, Manager, R&D / Innovation Group, Covance Food Solutions
Food Safety Challenges and Opportunities
–The U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act – What does it mean for dairy?
Debra Cherney, Cherney Microbiological Services, Ltd, United States
Cutting Edge Technologies
—The Use of Non-targeted Methods in the Dairy Value Chain
Dr. Steve Holroyd, Technical Manager, Fonterra, New Zealand
–Rapid Methods Use for Food Inspection Related to Residues and Contaminants
Dr. Joe Boison, Research Scientist, Saskatoon Laboratory-Centre for Veterinary Drug Residues, Canadian Food Inspection Agency,
—Big Data Collection – Integration and Communication
Mr. Hay Thijssen, MCS Diagnostics, The Netherlands
Following the Symposium, participants will spend the afternoon visiting the Covance Laboratories facilities in Madison, Wisconsin.
Covance Inc. offers laboratory testing services to the chemical, agrochemical and food industries and is a market leader in toxicology services, central laboratory services, discovery services and a top global provider of Phase III clinical trial management services.
Tour registration closed as it is past security check requirements deadline.