IAFNS at IAFP 2023

Toronto, Canada

Each year, the International Association for Food Protection hosts an Annual Meeting, providing attendees with information on current and emerging food safety issues, the latest science, innovative solutions to new and recurring problems, and the opportunity to network with thousands of food safety professionals from around the globe. IAFNS is proud to support four sessions this year!

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IAFP 2021 Annual Meeting

Phoenix, Arizona, USA

Each year, the International Association for Food Protection hosts an Annual Meeting, providing attendees with information on current and emerging food safety issues, the latest science, innovative solutions to new and recurring problems, and the opportunity to network with thousands of food safety professionals from around the globe.

Read more about IAFP 2021 Annual Meeting

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The International Association for Food Protection's 2024 Annual Meeting to feature three sessions supported by IAFNS.

The Food Microbiology Committee is presenting:

Roundtable on Establishing Clean Breaks- Hygienic Separation of Production in Low Water Activity Foods  Expand

Monday, July 15th from 1:30 - 3:00 PM PT

Speakers:

• Ben Warren, FDA

• Jeremy Travis, Hilmar Cheese

• David Clifford, Nestle

• John Holah, Pendennis Food Hygiene

• Dan Belina, Land O' Lakes

• Mistelle Signor, Mennel Milling

Symposium on Dry Cleaning and Sanitation in Dry, Low Moisture Environments  Expand

Tuesday, July 16th from 10:45AM- 12:15PM PT

Speakers: 

• Lynne McLandsborough, UMass Amherst

• Alexis Hamilton, Virginia Tech

• Deb Smith, Vikan

The Food Chemical Safety Committee is presenting:

Symposium on Grounding the Discussion on Toxic Elements in Food: Updates from Production to Regulation Expand

Monday, July 15, 2024, from 3:45 - 5:15 PM PT

Speakers: 

• Angelia Seyfferth, University of Delaware on "Mitigating Toxic Elements in Food Crops: Perspectives and Realities"

• Emily Moyer, IFPA on "Toxic Element Management Through a Growers Lens"

• Eileen Abt, FDA on "Regulatory Update on FDA's Closer to Zero Initiative"

For more information on the IAFP 2024 Annual Meeting, click here.

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Join IAFNS at the IAFP 2023 Annual Meeting July 16-19, 2023 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada: https://www.foodprotection.org/annualmeeting/

Genomics in Food Safety- How to Use the Tools to Prevent Outbreaks Expand

Convenor: Heather Carleton, CDC

Speakers:

  • Martin Wiedmann, Cornell University
  • Yan Luo, FDA
  • Jessie Heidenreich, Hilmar Cheese Company

Date and Time: Monday, July 17, 2023 from 10:45AM-12:15PM

Event Link: https://iafp.confex.com/iafp/2023/onlineprogram.cgi/Session/8847

Data Sharing in the Digital Age of Food Safety Expand

Convenor: Kathy Glass, University of Wisconsin

Panelist:

  • De Ann Davis, Western Growers Association
  • Angie Siemens, Cargill
  • Sophia Santillana-Farakos, FDA
  • James Doyle, Crème Global
  • Marie Breton, Health Canada

Date and Time: Monday, July, 17, 2023 from 3:45 to 5:15 PM

Event Link: https://iafp.confex.com/iafp/2023/onlineprogram.cgi/Session/8849

Investigating Ambiguous Outbreaks and Adverse Events Expand

Convenor: Laurie Post (Deibel Labs) and Kelly Dawson (Conagra Brands)

Speakers:

  • Craig Hedberg, University of Minnesota
  • Tim Jackson, FDA
  • Michael Vasser, CDC
  • Mitzi Baum, STOP Foodborne Illness

Date and Time: Wednesday, July 19, 2023 from 1:30-3:30 PM

Event Link: https://iafp.confex.com/iafp/2023/onlineprogram.cgi/Session/8835

From Farm to Food: A New Perspective on Heavy Metals in Human Diets Expand Convenor: Paul Hanlon, Abbott Nutrition Speakers:
  • Benjamin Runkle, University of Arkansas
  • Felicia Wu, Michigan State University
  • Kevin Boyd, The Hershey Company
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Each year, the International Association for Food Protection hosts an Annual Meeting, providing attendees with information on current and emerging food safety issues, the latest science, innovative solutions to new and recurring problems, and the opportunity to network with thousands of food safety professionals from around the globe.

This year, IAFNS Food and Chemical Safety Committee and Food Microbiology Committee are supporting the four sessions at the IAFP Annual Meeting.

Progressing Allergen Risk Management: Thresholds and Quantitative Risk Assessment Expand

July 21, 2021, 1:45 PM - 3:15 PM ET

Food allergies constitute a significant public health issue that affects approximately 32 million Americans. The Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) reports a 377% increase in the diagnosis of anaphylactic food reactions between 2007 and 2016. Although research is ongoing for therapeutics, the primary management for food-allergic consumers is strict dietary avoidance. Food choices, however, may be limited for these consumers because of widespread and inconsistent use of precautionary allergen labeling (e.g., statements such as may contain). The concept of reference doses based on a threshold effect is routinely used in public health risk assessment to inform the approach to risk management. For food allergens, dose response modeling of clinical data from oral food challenges in food-allergic individuals has the potential to inform allergen risk management decisions and drive consistency in allergen labeling. This session will explore the current understanding and application of reference doses for food allergens (derived from the modeling of individual thresholds) and consider what information and tools are needed to progress toward reliable allergen risk assessment and management decisions.

Bayesian Hierarchical Evaluation of Dose-Response for Peanut Allergy in Clinical Trial Screening
Lynne Haber, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH Occurrence of Allergens in Pre-Packaged Foods in Conjunction with the Use of Precautionary Labeling in Canada: Learnings and Future Directions
Samuel Godefroy, Université Laval, Department of Food Science, Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences, Quebec City, QC, Canada Practical Applications of Quantitative Risk Assessment of Allergens
Benjamin Remington, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

 

This session is supported by the IAFNS Food and Chemical Safety Committee.

Developing Atmospheric Cold Plasma as a Nonthermal Food Safety Tool Expand

July 21, 2021, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM ET

Cold plasma is an emerging technology proposed as a nonthermal process to reduce food safety risks on a variety of foods. Atmospheric cold plasma has a benefit in that it can be applied to packaged foods to reduce surface contaminants such as Salmonella or STEC on fresh fruits and vegetables or L. monocytogenes on high-moisture cheeses. This symposium will present an overview of the technology, examples of inactivating microbes as well as demonstrating it as a novel approach to reduce the presence of mycotoxins on grains. Results from validation studies will be presented and challenges to commercialization will be addressed.

Featured Speakers:

Introduction to Technology, Barriers to Commercialization, Regulatory Approval/Worker Safety
Brendan Niemira, PhD, USDA Agricultural Research Service Case Study: Inactivation of Aflatoxin/Grains
Kevin Keener, PhD, University of Guelph Case Study: Inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes in Soft Cheese
Melha Mellata, PhD, Iowa State University Case Study: From Bench to Prototype for Fresh Produce Safety
Paula Bourke, PhD, University College Dublin

This event is supported by the IAFNS Food Microbiology Committee.

Advances in Powdered Food Safety and Quality Sampling Plans: Theory, Simulation and Practice Expand

July 19, 2021, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM ET

Powdered products are burdened by low-prevalence, low-level contamination that is typically heterogeneously distributed. Multiple commodities and products could benefit from improved management of these risks as evidenced by outbreaks of foodborne disease linked to dairy powders, wheat and nut flours, and powdered infant formula. This session will focus on advances in powder sampling and provide depth in one well-studied commodity, dairy powder, upon which other commodities may draw analogous lessons.

As manufacturers supply domestic and global markets, they must continue to manage rare microbiological contamination with foodborne pathogens such as Salmonella, chemical contamination with mycotoxins such as aflatoxin, and meet increasingly stringent customer quality requirements for indicator and spore counts, to ensure product compliance with regulatory standards. While product testing is one fundamental component of food safety and quality management, traditional best practices like ICMSF-style manual N60 grab sampling is underpowered when those hazards are at low prevalence and level. Modern technologies like autosamplers provide opportunities to improve practice by automating the process of sample collection. This opens the possibility to take many more, smaller samples with complex stratification and true randomness.

Currently, the food industry is needing improvements in practices to meet safety and quality challenges. This session meets that need by addressing knowledge gaps around the benefits of improved sampling plans, technologies and implementation strategies, using dairy powders as an example case. The session will start with a speaker presenting recent statistical theory modelling powder sampling to define the performance of traditional grab compared to auto sampling approaches. The next speaker will present work simulating dairy powder sampling to better define the variability of sampling plans when applied to specific production and hazard scenarios. Finally, we will hear from an industry speaker providing perspective on the value and practicality of getting this done in a multinational company.

Modelling the Effect of Sampling Methods on Detection Tests for Powdered Products
Roger Kissling, Fonterra Simulating Production and Hazard Scenarios in Powdered Product Sampling to Improve Food Safety Sampling Plans
Matthew J. Stasiewicz, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Industry Need and Role for Improved Sampling of Powdered Products
Pamela Wilger, Cargill

 

This session is supported by the IAFNS Food Microbiology Committee.

 

 

 

Emergency Use of Microbial Methods of Detection by Industry - Alternative Routes Proving Fit for Purpose Expand

July 20, 2021, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM ET

The food safety industry must ensure analytical methods designed to detect hazards are fit-for-purpose for their specific commodities. Meanwhile, the food industry is developing hundreds of new ingredients and products that will require screening for microbial hazards. With the ever-expanding diversity of these food products, what happens when a testing laboratory is presented with an urgent request for testing a matrix that was not included in the method's original validation study? The laboratory is asked to deviate from the intended use of the method by testing a different matrix or a different test portion size.

This situation can occur when a food manufacturer requires a faster turn-around time for product release than their standard method allows, when there is a sudden issue with the performance of a rapid test kit, or if a test kits from the manufacturer are backordered. Do these situations constitute an emergency? Arguably, this upset in product distribution could constitute an emergency in terms of the supply chain which is already under stress due to pandemic disruptions - with real effects on consumer well-being and the economy.

This roundtable will consider the key components required for a matrix validation and acceptable strategies for matrix validation that can be used in emergency situations. What approaches will allow expediency while assuring that the method is fit for purpose?

View Resources and Verification Guidance Documents

Invited panel participants:
• Deann Akins-Lewenthal, ConAgra Brands
• Patrick Bird, Technical Consultant, AOAC INTERNATIONAL
• Megan Brown, Eurofins
• Tom Hammack, US Food and Drug Administration
• Kelly Stevens, General Mills

 

This session is supported by the IAFNS Food Microbiology Committee.

 

 

Learn more about the IAFP Annual Meeting.

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New Innovations in Food Allergy Testing and Patient Care

Scientists estimate that food allergies affect at least 32 million Americans, including approximately 6 million children. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that food allergies in children have increased by 50 percent between 1997 and 2011, with an even higher increase for peanut allergies. Recent years have seen significant advances in understanding of responses to food allergens such as the development of dose-response models that hold promise for developing more informative labels on food packaging. This session will highlight new research and innovations to enhance food allergen risk assessment and management. These include novel, safe methods for accurate diagnosis of food allergies and severity, and new initiatives for optimizing large-scale research trials and enhancing patient care.

The Current US Food Allergen Regulatory Landscape
Stefano Luccioli, MD
Senior Medical Advisor, Office of Food Additive Safety, FDA CFSAN The FARE Clinical Network: Advancing New Treatments and Preventive Therapies for Food Allergy Patients
Bruce Roberts, PhD
Chief Research Strategy and Innovation Officer, Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) Opening the Allergy Black Box: The Path to Risk-Free Challenge Testing
Paul Kearney, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer, AllerGenis

 

Moderator:
Jason Hlywka, PhD
The Kraft Heinz Company

 

Continuing Education Hours: IAFNS is an approved Continuing Professional Education (CPE) provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR). CDR Credentialed Practitioners will receive 1.5 Continuing Professional Education units (CPEUs) for completion of this live session.

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The International Association for Food Protection's 2024 Annual Meeting to feature three sessions supported by IAFNS.

The Food Microbiology Committee is presenting:

Roundtable on Establishing Clean Breaks- Hygienic Separation of Production in Low Water Activity Foods  Expand

Monday, July 15th from 1:30 - 3:00 PM PT

Speakers:

• Ben Warren, FDA

• Jeremy Travis, Hilmar Cheese

• David Clifford, Nestle

• John Holah, Pendennis Food Hygiene

• Dan Belina, Land O' Lakes

• Mistelle Signor, Mennel Milling

Symposium on Dry Cleaning and Sanitation in Dry, Low Moisture Environments  Expand

Tuesday, July 16th from 10:45AM- 12:15PM PT

Speakers: 

• Lynne McLandsborough, UMass Amherst

• Alexis Hamilton, Virginia Tech

• Deb Smith, Vikan

The Food Chemical Safety Committee is presenting:

Symposium on Grounding the Discussion on Toxic Elements in Food: Updates from Production to Regulation Expand

Monday, July 15, 2024, from 3:45 - 5:15 PM PT

Speakers: 

• Angelia Seyfferth, University of Delaware on "Mitigating Toxic Elements in Food Crops: Perspectives and Realities"

• Emily Moyer, IFPA on "Toxic Element Management Through a Growers Lens"

• Eileen Abt, FDA on "Regulatory Update on FDA's Closer to Zero Initiative"

For more information on the IAFP 2024 Annual Meeting, click here.

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