IAFNS is pleased to host a workshop on Considerations for Formulation and Degree of Processing in Food Classification Systems to Support Research. The meeting will be held in the IAFNS offices at 740 15th St. NW from 12-5 pm ET on May 16, and from 9 to 12 pm ET on May 17.
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What is the Food Classification Workshop about?
The Workshop will gather scientists, regulatory professionals, policy-makers, and stakeholders from various disciplines with an interest in understanding the science basis for various classification systems and how they can best support research on food-health relationships.
Presenters will explore and discuss the value and consequences of food processing technologies, the science basis and validity of various systems, and potential mechanisms underlying associations with health outcomes. The workshop discussions will culminate on key considerations for food classification systems for research.
How can I participate?
We invite you to register for the event. (Click here to register.) We offer both in-person and on-line options to engage in this important conversation.
- There is limited in-person seating and availability.
What is included in the registration?
In addition to the dialogue at the Food Classification Workshop, IAFNS will provide:
- Lunch beginning at 1130am ET on May 16 for in-person attendees.
- Light breakfast at 830am ET on May 17 for in-person attendees.
- All registrants - both in-person and virtual - will have priority viewing of the workshop recordings after the meeting.
The registration fees for this event help offset the cost of the workshop.
Do I need to be a member of IAFNS to participate?
No! This is a scientific workshop. We welcome and encourage participation by ALL regardless of current or prior affiliation with IAFNS to join us virtually.
Unfortunately, due to meeting room size restrictions, we are forced to limit the in-person attendees.
Are there discounted registration rates available for students and faculty? Are there discounted registration rates available for government scientists?
Yes! See the Registration Page for information on discounted rates.
I would like my entire team to attend the workshop. Are there group discounts available?
Yes! We are offering group discounts for virtual attendees. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more if you are interested in registering 5 or more professionals from the same organization.
(We are unable to offer group discounts for in-person tickets.)
What days and times is the Food Classification Workshop? What time zone is the meeting in?
IAFNS will host the workshop on Considerations for Formulation and Degree of Processing in Food Classification Systems to Support Research on May 16 and May 17. The Scientific programming will run from 12-5 pm ET on May 16, and from 9 to 12 pm ET on May 17.
The meeting will be held in the IAFNS offices at 740 15th St. NW, Washington DC.
The program agenda shown on this website is in the Eastern Time Zone (Washington DC time).
I’m media/press. How can I attend?
For more information on media registration, please email Steve Gibb at email@example.com.
How can I sponsor this event?
This science event is supported by the IAFNS Board of Trustees. As such, we are not seeking sponsorships. We are seeking scientists to attend and learn at this event. Please register and join us!
How can I get involved as a speaker at a future IAFNS events? Can I recommend a speaker?
We always welcome interest from scientists, regulatory professionals, and other leaders who would like to speak or offer recommendations for speakers. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What if I can not attend the Food Classification Workshop? Can I get a refund?
Due to the low registration fees, no refunds will be given. However, substitutions are encouraged. Contact us at email@example.com to support transferring your in-person or remote registrations.
Additionally, as a registrant, you will be entitled to priority viewing of the workshop recordings after the meeting.
What if I have technical issues during the meeting and cannot access the event?
Additionally, it will be possible for virtual attendees to send a Question/Comment to the presenters during the meeting.
Who is IAFNS?
The Institute for the Advancement of Food and Nutrition Sciences (IAFNS) is a non-profit organization that catalyzes science for the benefit of public health. We bring together scientists from government, academia, and industry to drive, fund, and lead actionable food safety and nutrition science research. Our collaborative and inclusive structure empowers members to bring forward diverse perspectives.