Welcome to IFSH
|The Institute for Food Safety and Health (IFSH) is a one-of-a-kind applied food research institute that provides stakeholders the opportunity to develop and exchange knowledge, experience, and expertise to address key issues in food safety, food defense, and nutrition. Powered by a singular combination of in-depth expertise and research capabilities, IFSH’s collaborative research model helps stakeholders define and design innovative and practical approaches to solving real-world challenges in food industry operations.|
On October 14-15, IFSH, in conjunction with the Food Research Institute and the USDA, will be hosting a conference on Food Allergens: Best Practices For Assessing, Managing, and Communicating the Risks. For more information, see the Conference Homepage.
IFSH Receives FDA Acceptance of Pressure Enhanced Sterilization Process for Commercial Production of Multi-Component Shelf-Stable Foods. For more details, see the Press Release.
Members may now access the 2014 Annual Report of Research.
Learn more about how whole genome sequencing could play a role in FSMA implementation in Dr. Brackett’s interview with Food Quality News here: http://bit.ly/1HpWk2q.
The IFSH Annual Meeting will be held on September 29th and 30th, 2015. IFSH Members may access the meeting program and registration information, here.
A White Paper produced from last years Preventive Controls Summit is now available for download.
DID YOU KNOW
A research paper on Advances in Pathogen Detection, co-authored by an IFSH staff member, is available in Food Technology Magazine.
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PROSPECTIVE MEMBER INFORMATION
Download the new IFSH brochure (.pdf) and find out more about how we provide commonsense science, uncommonly practiced.
Visit our Corporate Partners page to find out how IFSH membership can benefit your company’s food protection and nutrition research programs.