Best Wishes for a Safe Summer Season

from the

Executive of the

BC Food Protection Association

The BC Food Protection Association held their Spring Speaker's Evening on May 8th, 2014 at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, 6450 Deer lake Parkway, Burnaby, BC. The evening focussed on the ever popular theme of food allergens, "A Tough Nut to crack - Understanding and Controlling Food Allergens". Dr. Steve Taylor from the University of Nebraska, Co-Director of the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program (FARRP), Dr. Terry Koerner, Research Scientist and Section Head, Food Allergen and Natural Toxin Research Program with Health Canada, Ottawa and Mr. Tim Adams, Principal Scientist for Food Safety, Kellog Company were the guest speakers. Please visit our Events Page to find copies of their presentations.

For those who have yet to renew their membership for 2014 or to become a new member please use our Online Membership Link.

Full details on our membership categories and a membership application can be found on our Membership Info page. Not a member yet? We invite you to consider becoming part of our association and supporting educational initiatives for food safety and protection. Enjoy preferential rates at functions as well as have priority access to our newsletter and enjoy regular e-mail bulletins on food safety issues and events in the news. New members are always welcome!

Please remember to check out our Sustaining Members page and the links to their sites. The support and contributions of our Sustaining Members are very important to the operation of our association.

Check out this video from the Canadian Partnership for Consumer Food Safety Education:
How to Be Food Safe Canada

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