RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM ...

Cutting edge food safety practices

Scientists to present research at hot topic session

Being at the cutting edge of food safety is understanding what a positive STEC result could mean, determining effective ways to control Listeria monocytogenes, and gaining insight into the role the physiological state a pathogen may play in conducting validation experiments.

DENVER — Being at the cutting edge of food safety is understanding what a positive STEC result could mean, determining effective ways to control Listeria monocytogenes, and gaining insight into the role the physiological state a pathogen may play in conducting validation experiments.

Scientists presenting research at this Hot Topic session include:

  • Trevor Suslow, University of California, Davis
  • Rolf Joerger, University of Delaware
  • Stefan Wuertz, University of California, Davis
  • Martin Wiedmann, Cornell University

Joining moderator Tiffiani Miller of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs, will be panelists Suresh DeCosta of Lipman Produce, Jennifer McEntire of United Fresh Produce Association, and Max Teplitski of U.S. Department of Agriculture. For more information, and to view the entire agenda, visit the CPS website.

Returning as a Silver Sponsor, California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement’s Scott Horsfall invites you to Denver for the 2017 CPS Research Symposium. This event is not to be missed! Register now and make your hotel reservation
today.

See you in Denver!

— Center for Produce Safety

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