Water Activity: Implications for Implementing FSMA Rules Package

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Valid from: May 21, 2014 11:00AM - May 21, 2014 12:00PM

Sponsored by Decagon Devices

This webcast is free to IFT members with a capacity of up to 1,000 registrants and your registration includes both the live and on-demand version. The live webcast will take place on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. CDT.

Water activity has been integral in defining potentially hazardous foods for many years. In addition, the U.S. FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) emphasizes the importance of preventive controls to reduce or eliminate food safety hazards. Designing a product with an intrinsically low water activity is one such preventative control, either by itself or in combination with other preventative controls, commonly referred to as the hurdle method.   

This webcast will discuss the role of water activity and hurdle technology as tools to implement FSMA-based preventative controls. 

Program objectives:

·         Understand changes that will result from new FSMA rules in regards to how water activity may be used to control food safety hazards.

·         Understand the hurdle technology concept.

·         Learn how water activity and the hurdle technology can be used effectively to meet the preventive control requirements of FSMA.

Intended Audience(s): Food Scientists; Management; New Product Managers and Technologists; Product Developers; Quality Assurance/Control Managers and Supervisors; Food Safety Specialists; Research & Development Specialists


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Water Activity: Implications for Implementing FSMA Rules Live Webcast

Sponsored by Decagon Devices

This webcast is free to IFT members with a capacity of up to 1,000 registrants and your registration includes both the live and on-demand version. The live webcast will take place on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. CDT.

Water activity has been integral in defining potentially hazardous foods for many years. In addition, the U.S. FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) emphasizes the importance of preventive controls to reduce or eliminate food safety hazards. Designing a product with an intrinsically low water activity is one such preventative control, either by itself or in combination with other preventative controls, commonly referred to as the hurdle method.   

This webcast will discuss the role of water activity and hurdle technology as tools to implement FSMA-based preventative controls. 

Program objectives:

·         Understand changes that will result from new FSMA rules in regards to how water activity may be used to control food safety hazards.

·         Understand the hurdle technology concept.

·         Learn how water activity and the hurdle technology can be used effectively to meet the preventive control requirements of FSMA.

Intended Audience(s): Food Scientists; Management; New Product Managers and Technologists; Product Developers; Quality Assurance/Control Managers and Supervisors; Food Safety Specialists; Research & Development Specialists

Water Activity: Implications for Implementing FSMA Rules On-Demand Webcast

Sponsored by Decagon Devices

This webcast is free to IFT members with a capacity of up to 1,000 registrants and your registration includes both the live and on-demand version. The live webcast will take place on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. CDT.

Water activity has been integral in defining potentially hazardous foods for many years. In addition, the U.S. FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) emphasizes the importance of preventive controls to reduce or eliminate food safety hazards. Designing a product with an intrinsically low water activity is one such preventative control, either by itself or in combination with other preventative controls, commonly referred to as the hurdle method.   

This webcast will discuss the role of water activity and hurdle technology as tools to implement FSMA-based preventative controls. 

Program objectives:

·         Understand changes that will result from new FSMA rules in regards to how water activity may be used to control food safety hazards.

·         Understand the hurdle technology concept.

·         Learn how water activity and the hurdle technology can be used effectively to meet the preventive control requirements of FSMA.

Intended Audience(s): Food Scientists; Management; New Product Managers and Technologists; Product Developers; Quality Assurance/Control Managers and Supervisors; Food Safety Specialists; Research & Development Specialists

 

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