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Safe Food for Canadians Regulations
This Webinar was originally conducted live on November 26, 2019
Are you an importer of foods from out of Canada? Do you plan to export food to other countries? Do you manufacture, process, treat, send, preserve, grade, package or label food to be sent from one province to another? Are you a food retailer? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you most likely will be impacted by the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Join Nona Schultz Ferris who will provide you with an overview of:
- Where to start: The toolkit for food businesses
- Safe Food for Canadians Act and Regulations: Overview of Division 4 Maintenance and Operation of Establishment – what you need to do
- Lessons learned: Applications and licensing
- Preventive Controls, Preventative Control Plans – what are they?
- Tips and recommendations
Future Skills For Food Processing
This Webinar was originally conducted live on September 19, 2019
Join CIFST President-Elect Dr. Amy Proulx of Niagara College Canada as we highlight the business, technology, and innovation skills forecast for future success in Canadian food manufacturing.
As much as we need to understand consumer and ingredient trends, we need to understand trends in technology and innovation and prepare our skills and training programs to respond. Following from the 2018 roundtable report, Identifying the Skills of Tomorrow, in this webinar we will highlight the business, technology and innovation skills forecast for future success in Canadian food manufacturing.
Market Insights & Global Market Trends
This Webinar was originally conducted live on April 3, 2019
The rapidly changing food industry has seen consumers demand greater transparency with greater concern to food safety, healthy eating, food costs, and more.
Join CIFST President Rob Kowal of Kriscor and Associates as we explore the changing demands of the market and where product design and food science can adapt to changing demands and legislation.
The Future of Plant Proteins
Utilization in Food and Beyond
This Webinar was originally conducted live on January 30, 2019
The global plant protein market is expected to reach $10.2 Billion USD by the year 2020, with the US plant protein market valued at $5 billion USD in 2016.
CIFST president Dr. Michael Nickerson, Ph.D., PAg of University of Saskatchewan, explains the macro and micro market drivers power the tides of change towards plant proteins