Food Processing + Safety
Consumers are increasingly concerned about the safety of their food – especially if the product hails from another market.
While the Australian food industry has a good reputation for supplying safe food, we have our fair share of food scares and product recalls.
According to HACCP Australia, the estimated number of food poisoning occurrences exceeds two million per annum, and there are many more cases of injury from foreign bodies.
The cost effect of these failures is high, and is steadily increasing through harsher penalties and increasingly, litigation.
AUSPACK takes a look at this vitally important area of food processing and safety and presents new equipment to drive plant design and how food is processed and packaged. Advancing technology has the power to provide more protection for food than ever before.
PLUS, YOUR INVITATION TO PROCESSING DAY
Free technology innovation sessions from MLA and AMPC a must-see for processors
Cutting-edge meat-processing technologies, such as advanced sensing, will be at the forefront of the inaugural Processing Day at AUSPACK 2017. This free half-day forum is open to everyone, and is an excellent opportunity to network and hear the latest on industry hot topics.
Hear from Meat & Livestock Australia’s (MLA) R&D Program Managers – Supply Chain Technology, Christian Ruberg and Darryl Heidke, and, Chairman of the Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC), Peter Noble.
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