This series of webinars provides an overview of food preservation methods, and the associated processes used in the food industry. Note that as an introductory program, there is not time for in-depth review - the aim is to provide an introduction to the various options available - and identify important factors when considering applying these methods.
The program consists of six webinars, each of 90 min duration, to be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays (16th Feb, 18th Feb, 23rd Feb). There will be time for a Q&A session after each webinar to answer all of your questions.
Participants can register for any or multiple sessions. However it is recommended that all participants consider attending Session 1 as it provides a basis for understanding how the various processes achieve preservation.
For all participants —
All presentations will be live-streamed using Zoom starting at either 10 am or 1 pm Australian Daylight Savings time (AEDT).
Participants are welcome to attend from anywhere in the world (time may not be convenient in other locations).
Participants must have access to reliable internet & suitable computer to download zoom (free version) to link to the course.
The day before the webinar, registered participants will receive an email with the Zoom link.
SESSION 1: Basic Considerations of Food Preservation (Tuesday 16 February 10 am AEDT)
SESSION 2: Thermal Processing (Tuesday 16 February 1pm AEDT)
SESSION 3: Drying & Water Activity Reduction (Thursday 18 February10 am AEDT)
SESSION 4: Chilling & Freezing (Thursday 18 February 1 pm AEDT)
SESSION 5: Fermentation & Use of Preservatives (Tuesday 23 February 10 am AEDT)
SESSION 6: Food Packaging & its Role in Preservation (Tuesday 23 February 1pm AEDT)
$75 (AUD) + GST per session (10% discount for those attending all six sessions)
10% discount for AIFST members
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