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Courtesy of South China Morning Post

Introduction – Volume 18: Food Safety

 

 

This volume of The World of Food Science features several articles on food safety that have been a feature of IUFoST activities in recent years, and especially in its links with China, including:

  • articles by Judith Meech on IUFoST’s role in global food science and its links with the Chinese Institute of Food Science and Technology;
  • an update by Martin Cole, Leon Gorris and Xiumei Liu on food safety management and its progress in China, and Herbert Stone also discusses food safety challenges in China;
  • Patrick Wall discusses food safety issues in Europe; and
  • Vishweshwaraiah Prakash comments on the food safety chain.

 

Other features of Volume 18 include:

  • Focus paper: Summary of the latest IUFoST Scientific Information Bulletin by Gerald Moy on Whistleblowers and the Food Industry;
  • Association News: a report by Delia Rodriguez-Amaya of the recent Fi-Vietnam meeting in Ho Chi Minh City;
  • Awards and Competitions: Lifetime Achievement and Young Scientist Awards 2015; and student competitions for Congress 18;
  • Education: a call to students re GFSCI; and Distance Programme students receive certificates;
  • Food Security Update: notice of a report from FAO on food losses and waste in the context of sustainable food systems; and the World Food Prize recipient for 2015;
  • Food Scientists in the News: stories on recent awards to Academy Fellows Paul Singh, Delia Rodriguez-Amaya and Ted Labuza, and a book co-authored by Cherl-Ho Lee;
  • International Regulatory Update: a report by John Lupien on the 47th meeting of the Codex Committee on Food Additives; and a report by Gerald Moy on 38th Session of The Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC);
  • Young Scientists: African Young Scientists Network, and nominations requested for young scientists to address Congess18;
  • Food Science 101: three more short articles on food science issues by Don Mercer;
  • Student Activities: a look at the winners of the VAFoST Young Achievers Safe Food Competition; and
  • Calendar of Events: some links to future meetings of relevance to food science and technology.

 

Comments are welcome: contact Ken Buckle (k.buckle@unsw.edu.au) or Judith Meech (jmeech@iufost.org) with contributions or suggestions.

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Now you can find a world of information and updates on the global community of food science and technology at twitter.com/iufost. We look forward to sharing your news and keeping you up to date on emerging news, scientific developments, opportunities and highlighting accomplishments and people in our discipline. Development of all our social media platforms continues, including Facebook; LinkedIn; the IUFoST website, www.iufost.org; World of Food Science online journal, www.worldfoodscience.com; as well as the Global Food Safety Curricula Initiative website, www.foodsafety.iufost.org

 

  • News Headlines
  • Reports & Summaries
  • Calendar of Events

 

2016

 

May 15-17

Sense Asia 2016. Shanghai, China.

Contact: www.senseasia.elsevier.com

 

June 26-29

ISOPOW 13, Lausanne, Switzerland

Contact: http://www.isopow.org/

 

July 16-19

77th Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting and Food Expo, Chicago, USA

Contact: www.ift.org

 

July 26-29

4th ISEKI Food Conference, Vienna, Austria

Contact: http://www.isekiconferences.com/vienna2016/

 

August 21-25

IUFoST World Congress - 18th World Congres of Food Science and Technology, Dublin, Ireland

For more information: http://www.iufost2016.com/

 

September 11-14

Eurosense 2016. Dijon, France.

www.eurosense.elsevier.com

 

September 21-23

Fi Asia-Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

For more information: http://www.figlobal.com/asia-indonesia/home

 

October 19-21

Food Factory 2016, Laval, France

For more information: http://www.food-factory.fr

 

November 29 to December 1

Hi Europe and Ni 2016, Natural Ingredients 2016, Frankfurt, Germany

For more information: http://www.figlobal.com/hieurope/home

 

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This is a chilling story! 'Creating Cold' By Steven Johnson of the BBC is a must see for everyone in Food and Food Safety.

Check it out here: Creating Cold

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