WOODLAND, Calif. — The 2020 Center for Produce Safety Research Symposium will be held through a series of five webinars in June and July. CPS-funded scientists will be presenting the latest in food safety research for the produce industry. The first webinar will be June 23 at 10:00 am PDT.
Registration is free but must be done in advance. If you haven’t been able to travel to participate in past symposia in person, this year the symposium is coming to you, wherever you are. This is an unprecedented opportunity for everyone involved in fresh produce food safety to hear research results. Click here to register now.
A Closer Look – Scientists and Project Info
Over the course of five weeks, 24 scientists will present their research projects on topics ranging from agricultural water treatment, wildlife co-management on farms, Listeria growth potential, and Cyclospora prevalence. You can now view each funded scientist’s bio and project abstract via the webinar series agenda. All other event details are available on the CPS Research Symposium event page.
Support for CPS
CPS research is funded by Campaign Contributors and Specialty Crop Block Grant Programs administered by the State Departments of Agriculture in California, Florida, Texas, and Washington.
Thanks to the generosity of our 2020 Sponsors, registration for the 2020 CPS Research Symposium webinar series is complimentary. We appreciate their commitment to food safety.
To learn more about supporting CPS’s research, visit the CPS website.
— Center for Produce Safety
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