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ADVOCATE SERIES: THE EXPANSION OF AFFI’S FOOD SAFETY ZONE

Tue, Jul 27, 2021 · 2:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

The American Frozen Food Institute announced the expansion of its Food Safety Zone to include a new Enteric Viruses Control Program (EVCP) aimed at preventing and controlling Norovirus and Hepatitis A throughout the global frozen fruit supply chain.

The launch of AFFI’s Enteric Viruses Control Program is the latest example of how AFFI is advancing food safety by developing and disseminating science-based best practices to ensure frozen foods and beverages are safe.

Join us for this webinar to understand how you can leverage the food safety resources on AFFI’s Food Safety Zone website to drive a food safety culture that empowers employees to make critical food safety decisions!

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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Senior Vice President of Scientific Affairs, AFFI
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Director of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs, AFFI
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Director Food Safety and Quality, Superior Foods International
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Corporate Food Safety and Quality Director at Nature's Touch Frozen Foods
Katja Dohrendorf is the Corporate Food Safety and Quality Director at Nature’s Touch. She has been in the food industry for last 13 years. Before that she worked in research in various universities and in regulatory agencies around the world working in virology, chemistry, pharmacology and toxicology which has given her the science background to wear a food safety professional hat in todays Ready to Eat industry.
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