The BC Food Protection Association will hold their Spring Speaker's Evening on May 8th, 2014 at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, 6450 Deer lake Parkway, Burnaby, BC. The evening will focus on the theme food allergens, "A Tough Nut to crack - Understanding and Controlling Food Allergens". We are pleased to host 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. This is an excellent opportunity to hear from speakers with considerable expertise in allegren methodology and detection and allergen management in food processing.
We encourage you to register for this event at your earliest convenience as capacity attendance is expected. Full details can be found at the convenient online registration at: http://bcfpa-spring2014.eventbrite.ca
The BC Food Protection Association is also pleased to announce
the release of the latest issue of our newsletter, The
GrapeVine. Please visit our Newsletter
Page for a link to this and past issues.
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