The Center for Produce Safety Research Symposium convenes June 18-19 in Austin, Texas, allowing attendees to share and discuss the most recent food safety research for suppliers, buyers and all those in the fresh produce supply chain.
One of the featured sessions planned for the CPS Symposium will focus on CPS-funded research that will help stakeholders better understand the various risk factors and management options associated with packing and processing.
Matt Miles of Naches, Wash.-based Allan Bros. Fruit and George Nikolich of Reedley, Calif.-based Gerawan Farming will moderate the discussion with these CPS-funded scientists:
- Kay Cooksey, University of Florida
- Linda Harris, University of California, Davis
- Daniel Munther, Cleveland State University
- Trevor Suslow, University of California, Davis
- Meijun Zhu, Washington State University.
Visit the CPS website for registration information in addition to the latest agenda and program information.
CPS has negotiated a special rate for symposium attendees staying at the Renaissance Austin Hotel. The special rate is subject to availability, as the number of rooms allocated each night for this offer is limited. Reserve online or call 512-343-2626.