The first IFSTL Newsletter is out! We hope it will help us keep you informed of the training opportunities that we offer as well as other activities that we participate in, which may translate in opportunities for you to join some of the initiatives mentioned.
JIFSAN is proud to partner with EpiX Analytics to bring you a world class training program. The Quantitative and Advanced Quantitative Risk Assessment Training courses will be offered in the Fall of 2013 in College Park, MD.
We are very happy to welcome Ms. Romina Heymann as the new Chemist at the IFSTL. Ms. Heymann is a microbiologist and chemist; you will soon see a new blog page on our website that she will populate with articles, opinions and resources.
Registration for the 14th Annual Fera-JIFSAN Symposium is now open! The symposium will be held June 12-13, 2013 at the Harvey. W Wiley Building, Food and Drug Administration in College Park, Maryland, USA.
Phase II of the Food Safety and Supply Chain Management for Spices and Botanical Ingredients program was delivered in Maryland and Mississippi for participants selected from the 2012 pilot program in India.