Join AIFST NOW – benefits include free access to food australia
The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) was founded in 1967 as Australia’s peak industry body for food scientists.
AIFST’s purpose is to unite food industry professionals in the science of feeding our future. Its mission is to advance and inspire food sector professionals through education and collaboration, and champion an innovative science-based food industry that can meet Australia’s future needs.
Join AIFST today to connect with a community of scientists working and studying in a wide range of disciplines in agrifood and allied industries.
One of the key benefits of joining AIFST is an annual subscription to food australia– the Institute’s official journal
food australia is published quarterly and features contributions from Australia’s leading experts - a valuable resource for anyone involved in Australia’s food and allied industries.
Your 12-month membership also includes:
Access to food australia is available for all AIFST members, or available via subscription.
To provide a taste of what to expect, we are currently providing free public access to two articles from the July-September 2022 edition of food australia.
Once you join AIFST, you will automatically be added to the food australia mailing list. You will also have access to previous issues of food australia digitally.
Become a member of AIFST
AIFST memberships starting from just $100 for students. Visit this page on our website for information on all membership options.
Subscribe to food australia
Any individual or company can also choose to subscribe to food australia and receive the journal four times a year, either in hard copy or online.
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Featured articles from food australia July - September 2022:
By Jay Sellahewa
Throughout the history of mankind, food has played a critical role in all cultures by providing nourishment, improving wellbeing and connecting us with each other and our natural environment.
However, the way we currently produce, process, transport and consume food utilises significant amounts of finite resources and has an adverse impact on the environment.
How can food science and technology help transform our food systems and create a world that is devoid of global humanitarian problems related to hunger, malnutrition, conflicts, poverty and inequality, without compromising the health of our planet?
Dr Jay Sellahewa
2. Strategic approaches to addressing food safety
By Deon Mahoney
Illness associated with contaminated food is a widespread problem across the world and a significant cause of reduced economic productivity.
Recent resolutions from the World Health Assembly (WHA) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) are now focussed on strengthening efforts on food safety and seeking to update current global strategies.
These new resolutions include a call to address current and emerging food safety challenges, incorporate new food control and monitoring technologies and explore innovative approaches for strengthening food safety systems.
Mr Deon Mahoney