International Nonthermal Food Processing Workshop - FIESTA 2012
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Day 1 - October 16

Time Presentation
8.00 Registration
9.00 Welcome
Roman Buckow, CSIRO
9.10 Official opening -Martin Cole, CSIRO
9.20 KEYNOTE: Nonthermal technologies for healthy and sustainable production of foods
Gustavo Barbosa-Canovas, Washington State University, USA

Theme 1: Innovative technologies for a safe future supply chain -Sponsored by DTS Food Laboratories
Chairs: Graeme Richardson, DTS Food Laboratories & Martin Cole, CSIRO
9.50 KEYNOTE: Innovative technologies for ensuring safety and regulatory approval of high quality foods
Larry Keener IPSC, USA
10.20 Novel risk management strategies to enhance fresh produce safety
Alvin Lee, Institute of Food Safety and Health, USA
10.40 Morning tea and poster session
11.10 Ensuring safety of leafy green salad vegetables: how much decontamination is needed?
Tom Ross, University of Tasmania, Australia
11.30 Inactivation mechanisms of bacterial spores by plasma and high pressure
Christopher Doona, US Army Natick, USA [VOD not available]
11.50 Poster briefings on innovative technologies for a future supply chain
12.00 Lunch

Theme 2: Innovative technologies for improving sensory, healthiness and nutrition of processed foods – Sponsored by Enterprise Connect
Chairs: Rex Humphrey, AgResearch Ltd & Jorge Sairava, University of Aveiro, Portugal
1.10 KEYNOTE: Nonthermal technologies to improve sensory and health-promoting qualities of foods
Barry Swanson, Washington State University, USA
1.40 Enhancing the quality and nutritional aspects of food and dairy ingredients using ultrasonic processing
Muthupandian Ashokkumar, University of Melbourne, Australia
2.00

Effects of high pressure carbon dioxide processing on the quality of food

Xiaojun Liao, China Agriculture University, China
2.20 What's on offer for small and medium sized enterprises
Jim Grigoriou, Enterprise Connect Australia
2.30 High pressure processed meat products for improved shelf life, sensory aspects and nutrition - a case study
Dean Russel, Moira Mac's Poultry & Fine Foods, Australia
2.40 Poster briefings on innovative technologies for improving sensory aspects, healthiness and nutrition of processed foods
3.00 Afternoon tea and poster viewing

Theme 3: Public acceptance and marketing strategies for innovative technologies
Chairs: Ash Hussain, Cedar Lane Natural Foods, Inc & Peter Swain, HJ Heinz Australia
3.30 KEYNOTE: Consumer perception and acceptance of nonthermal technologies
Amauri Rosenthal, Embrapa Food Technology, Brazil
3.50 Packaging as a key success factor for high pressure processed products - obstacles, opportunities and new developments
Tobias Richter, Multivac, Germany
4.10 Marketing strategies for high pressure thermal processed chill‐stable meals – a case study
Ken Melia, FOMO, Australia
4.30 Breakout Session 1
Sponsored by Meat and Livestock Australia

Meat and Seafood -
safety and health; challenges
of nonthermal processing
Chairs: Roman Buckow, CSIRO & Phillip Franks, MLA
[VOD not available]
Breakout Session 2

Horticulture - safety and health: challenge of nonthermal processing
Chairs: Lloyd Simons, CSIRO & Indrawati Oey, University of Otago
[VOD not available]
Breakout Session 3

Dairy -
safety and health: challenges of nonthermal processing
Chairs: Pablo Juliano, CSIRO; Doug Eddy,
RISQ Resolution & Martin Palmer, Dairy Innovation Australia Ltd.
[VOD not available]
5.30 Close
7.00pm Conference Dinner  - Sponsored by CSIRO Future Manufacturing National Research Flagship
Dinner Speaker: Trent De Paoli, PressureFresh Australia [VOD not available]
Announcement of poster competition winners

Day 2 - 17 October 2012

Time Presentation

Theme 4: Innovative technologies for  sustainable food processing
Chairs: Russel Rankin, Food Innovation Partners Pty Ltd & Chris Downs, CSIRO
9.00 KEYNOTE: Shock waves as a nonthermal food process
Shigeru Itoh, Okinawa National College of Technology, Japan
9.30 Pulsed electric field applications in food, biofuels and waste water treatment
Mike Kempkes, Diversfield Technologies, USA

9.50

Using new technology to deliver cost benefits to industry
Callum Elder, Simplot Australia, Australia
10.10 Numerical simulation for enhanced equipment design and process optimisation
Kai Knoerzer, CSIRO, Australia
10.30 Morning tea and poster viewing - Sponsored by Simplot Australia
11.00 Poster briefings on innovative technologies for sustainable food processing
11.20 Breakout Session 1
-Sponsored by Meat and Livestock Australia
Meat and Seafood
technical and commercialisation
challenges of nonthermal
processing
Chairs: Roman Buckow, CSIRO & Phillip Franks, MLA
[VOD not available]
Breakout Session 2
Horticulture
technical and commercialisation challenges of nonthermal processing
Chairs: Lloyd Simons, CSIRO & Indrawati Oey, University of Otago
[VOD not available]
Breakout Session 3
Dairy
technical and commercialisation challenges of nonthermal processing
Chairs: Pablo Juliano, CSIRO; Doug Eddy,
RISQ Resolution & Martin Palmer, Dairy Innovation Australia Ltd.
[VOD not available]
12.15 Lunch

Theme 5: Innovative technologies: processing challenges and commercial developments - Sponsored by Multivac Australia Pty Ltd
1.15 KEYNOTE: High pressure processed meats: commercialisation opportunities and challenges
Phil Minerich, Hormel Foods, USA
1.45 Technical developments in high pressure processing – case studies
Carole Tonello-Samson, Hiperbaric, Spain
2.05 Opportunities for ultra-high pressure homogenisation (UHPH) for the food industry - Sponsored by Stansted Fluid Power & Ypsicon Technologies
Anna Zamora, CERPTA, SPAIN
2.25 Pasteurisation and Sterilisation of low water activity products
Nicolas Meneses, Buhler, Switzerland
2.45 Poster briefings on processing challenges and commercial developments in innovative technologies
3.05 Afternoon tea and poster viewing
3.40 Reporting back from breakout sessions: Day 1 and Day 2
Panel discussion - Can innovative technologies save the world?
Panelists: Roman Buckow, CSIRO; Phillip Franks, MLA; Lloyd Simons, CSIRO; Indrawati Oei, University of Otago; Pablo Juliano, CSIRO; Doug Eddy, RISQ Resolution; Martin Palmer, Dairy Innovation Australia Ltd
4.40 Announcing Nonthermal Processing workshop 2013
Amauri Rosenthal, Embrapa Food Technologies, Brazil
Karina Ferreira Takemura, Senai-SC, Brazil
Katherine Helena Oliveira de Matos, Senai-SC, Brazil
4.50 Closing address and farewell
Roman Buckow, CSIRO, Australia
5.00 Close

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Sponsors

Multivac Better Packaging MLA DTS Food Labs Simplot Australia Diary Innovation Australia
Hiperbaric VWR Diversified Technologies Inc Hightech Europe Merck Millipore
Sonosys CSIRO Australian Biosecurity Intelligence Network SFP YPSICON Technologies

Supporters

The Workshop is supported by the Nonthermal Processing Division of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), the European Federation of Food Science and Technology (EFFoST), the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology and the Australian Food Engineering Association.

IFT IFT NPD EFFoST AIFST AFEA
Institute of Food Technologists

IFT Nonthermal Processing Division

European Federation of Food Science and Technology

Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology

Australian Food Engineering Association

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