Chicago Section IFT Annual Suppliers’ Night

Please join us for the 55th annual Chicago Section IFT Suppliers Night Expo where you can visit with 550 exhibitors and network with more than 3500 attendees from the food industry. The event also hosts valuable scientific and professional development pre-show sessions, and a silent auction to raise funds for scholarships.

Food Safety Consortium

The 5th Annual Food Safety Consortium conference is a summit of Food Safety and Quality Assurance (FSQA) industry experts and government officials. The agenda is comprised of panel discussions, individual presentations, “Ask The Experts” discussion groups, workshops and training programs running concurrently, coupled with overarching plenary sessions paired with a table-top exhibition. This is an event focused on food safety education and networking providing attendees best practices and new technology solutions to today’s food safety challenges.

PCQI Risk-Based Preventive Controls

Recorded: June 13, 2017 – Do you know everything that is required of a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI)? Are you prepared for your FSMA compliance date? Attend this webinar to ensure you understand the PCQI basics.

A Better Way to Assess Supply Chain Risks!

Recorded: April 27, 2017 – Use Global Incident Data and Automation to simplify and strengthen your hazard identification and control programs – Although controlling for every possible supply chain hazard would be prohibitively expensive, strategic use of global hazard data can help you focus your resources on those risks most likely to pose a foreseeable threat to your business.

Drop the Mop! Take a Clean New Look at Condensation Control in Food Processing Facilities

Recorded: 2/23/2017 – Condensation. This webinar takes a look at how cold food processing facilities manage condensation formed on overhead surfaces during sanitation. Food processing facility experts will discuss a way to help reduce dripping during production with a new method of managing condensation as well as increasing productivity, eliminating manual intervention and saving money

Supply Chain QA Blind Spot: Are Audits Enough? Webinar

Recorded October 19, 2016 – Is a periodic visit to your suppliers sufficient for quality assurance to protect your markets, your company’s reputation, your career? This webinar is going to address the other necessary activities besides audits for a serious supply chain QA program that will meet the new standards. Sponsored by GSQA.