International Nonthermal Food Processing Workshop - FIESTA 2012
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Nonthermal Food Processing Technologies: Fundamentals and Applications –

15 October 2012

CSIRO Animal, Food and Health Sciences, Werribee
Transport from the Bayview Eden Hotel to Werribee for the Short Course is available on request.

Objectives:

  • To provide an overview on current and potential applications of innovative food processing technologies currently being utilised or with potential uptake by the food industry in Australia and around the world
  • To show and demonstrate the use of some novel and conventional food processing technologies currently available at CSIRO’s Food Processing Centre

Target audience:

  • Agri-food industry personnel with responsibility for evaluating and decision-making on new processing technology opportunities
  • Research scientists, practitioners and graduate students requiring a basic technical and industrial introduction to new food processing related R&D activities.
  • Government, industry, granting bodies and policy makers requiring a broader appreciation of new technologies and their applications

Preliminary Program

  • Why nonthermal processing of foods?
  • High pressure processing for novel and clean label foods
  • High pressure sterilisation of low acid foods
  • Pilot plant demonstrations and food processing facility tour
  • Pulsed electric field processing
  • Ultrasonic  processing of foods
  • The future of nonthermal processing technologies for food preservation

The program will be presented by international experts from CSIRO, academia and industry.

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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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