2020 AIFST Convention goes virtual. Allergen Bureau ‘Breakfast’ Seminar goes evening soirée!

Given our uncertain times it has never been more important to discuss the need for a Food science revolution – building a sustainable food future, the theme of this year’s Australian Institute of Food Science & Technology (AIFST) convention.

Virtual delivery gives great flexibility – no matter where you are, you can participate, ask questions, interact with other participants, and, if you can’t make it for the live sessions, catch up with the recording later.

All registrations include attendance at the live event and access to all recordings after the conference is over.

AIFST20, the AIFST Virtual Conference will be held over four separate days – 23 June, 25 June, 30 June, and 2 July 2020.

For more details about AIFST20, to register or for program details, visit the 2020 AIFST Virtual Conference & Exhibition website.

We encourage everyone in the food industry to get involved in what will be a unique and innovative event.

Allergen Bureau & AFGC VITAL 3.0 and Allergen Management Guidance Session

Day 1 of AIFST20, Tuesday 23 June 2020, will see the Allergen Bureau bring its highly regarded VITAL 3.0 and Allergen Management Guidance Seminar to a virtual audience. Recently delivered as ‘Breakfast Seminars’ to Australian and New Zealand audiences, the VITAL 3.0 and Allergen Management Guidance Session will be delivered as an interactive webinar in the prime-time evening slot of 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm (AEST).

If you missed out on the live sessions in Australia and New Zealand, here is your chance to catch up on the latest in industry best practice food allergen management guidance ANZ – all while having a relaxing drink at the end of your working day!  If you are in the Northern Hemisphere, tune in for this informative session at the start of your day – and provide your own true ‘Breakfast Seminar’ ambience!

Allergen Bureau and AFGC representatives will provide short informative talks on the following new food allergen management resources –

  • Food Industry Guide to Allergen Management and Labelling for Australia and New Zealand
  • Food Industry Guide to the Voluntary Incidental Trace Allergen Labelling (VITAL®) Program Version 3.0
  • VITAL® Standard Version 1.0
  • VITAL Online Version 3.0.2
  • VITAL Program Version 3.0 Training

A Panel Discussion and interactive Q&A with session participants will follow the talks.

Click Here to Register for the 2020 AIFST Virtual Conference – Day 1 Only (Food Safety)