Food Chemistry: Monitoring, Testing and Results Interpretation
March 1-2, 2017 • Chicago, IL USA
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What are the best test methods and sampling techniques to employ to ensure the quality and safety of your company’s products? Join IFT and Mérieux Nutrisciences for this new two-day short course that examines the chemical concerns related to the safety and quality of foods.
Sample and Test: There’s no shortage of options to test your products, but how do you know if the tests you choose for nutrients, contaminants, or GMOs are appropriate and effective? Instructors Walter Brandl and John Szpylka will guide you through test selection and product sampling to provide accurate and reliable results.
Support Label Claims: Learn the new FDA rules on the Nutrition Facts Label and how to interpret analytical results to support your label claims.
Minimize Product Adulteration: Protect your company and products with the latest information on emerging testing methods that are available for detecting product adulteration.
Improve Shelf-life: Finally, get the most effective ways to measure what determines the shelf-life of your product.
You will learn:
- The intrinsic chemicals and reactions that have the largest effect on the safety and quality of foods. Chemical concerns also include extrinsic factors such as potential contaminates, economically targeted adulteration, shelf life implications and more.
- The test methods and proper sampling techniques to identify these issues.
- How to plan ahead to mitigate these chemical concerns.
Instructor Biographies (PDF)
Intended Audience and Level:
Introductory/Intermediate for professionals in the following roles:
- Quality Assurance/Control
- Food Safety
- Product Developers
Registration Rates and Policies:
IFT Members/ Mérieux Nutrisciences customers: $730; Non-members: $895; IFT Student Members: $325
If you are a Mérieux Nutrisciences customer, contact Naudia Chichester at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-938-5322 for your discount code.
Your registration includes training materials, breakfast, lunch, snacks, evening reception on first day, wireless internet, and certificate of attendance.
You will receive a full refund, less $100, if you cancel your registration(s) on or before January 18, 2017 by contacting Clare Keesey at email@example.com or 312.604.0254. No refunds after that date.
If you registered but are unable to attend, please contact Clare Keesey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.604.0254 with the name and contact information of your replacement. Note that an additional fee may apply if the replacement's membership status differs from yours.
In the event of course cancellation, neither IFT nor Mérieux NutriSciences is responsible for attendee reimbursement of travel, lodging, or any other costs associated with this course beyond refunding the full registration fee.
525 W. Van Buren Street, Suite 1000
Chicago, IL 60607-3830
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Continuing Education Hours: 11.25
Individuals holding these credentials will earn 11.25 hours* for completion of this course: Certified Food Scientists; Registered Dietitians; Dietetic Technicians; Certified Research Chefs; Certified Culinary Scientists.
*Subject to change plus or minus one hour based on final agenda.