Food Safety Consortium 2017

Update: 2017 Food Safety Consortium Date Change

By Food Safety Tech Staff
Food Safety Consortium 2017

This year’s annual event will happen one week sooner: November 29 through December 1.

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Watch Food Safety Tech’s exclusive video interview with FBI Special Agent Scott Mahloch at last year’s Food Safety Consortium

This year’s annual Food Safety Consortium will take place November 29 at 1 pm until December 1, concluding at noon. The main conference kicks off on Wednesday, November 29 at 1 pm with a plenary presentation by Stephen Ostroff, M.D., deputy commissioner for foods and veterinary medicine at FDA, followed by a town hall meeting where he will answer audience questions. General sessions for the afternoon include a presentation on food defense given by Special Agent Scott Mahloch, weapons of mass destruction coordinator for the Chicago division of the FBI.

During the final session of the day, industry experts will gather for an engaging reflection on Food Safety: Past, Present and Future. Stay tuned for more details on this special event.

On Thursday, attendees will be treated to an interactive court case:

  • Plenary Mock Food Safety Trial: Sam I Am who made Green Eggs and Ham, represented by Shawn Stevens vs. Food Safety victims, represented by Bill Marler. Stevens and Marler will be present their case to the honorable Judge Steve Sklare

In addition to the general event, there will be pre- and post-conference workshops. Pre-conference workshops take place on Tuesday, November 28, beginning at 9 am and run for the first half of the morning on Wednesday, November 29. Post-conference workshops take place during the afternoon of Friday, December 1, following the conclusion of the main event.

For more information, visit the Food Safety Consortium website: .

The super early bird discount ends September 8, 2017!

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