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Food Preservation & Packaging - Comprehensive Training Package (5 Courses)

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This food preservation and packaging comprehensive training package of five courses is aimed at food manufacturers and covers US and EU regulations related to alternative food preservation techniques and food contact packaging.

Compliant food preservation and packaging processes are key to ensuring the safety of the product. Manufacturers have to keep up-to-date with the latest trends in packaging or risk compromising the quality of their product and well-being of the consumer.

To help food manufacturers comply with complex regulatory requirements regarding preservation and packaging, we have created a package of five webinar recording CDs covering topics such as pasteurization; active and intelligent packaging technologies; good manufacturing practices for food contact packaging; FDA requirements for food contact packaging; and regulation of printing inks on food contact packaging materials in the US & EU.

How It Works:

Each webinar CD has a series of modules. Our speakers have delivered the modules using PowerPoint slides.

This training is convenient to attend individually or in groups. You don’t have to travel from your office. This means you can afford to have your whole team attend. As the webinar recording CDs are licensed to be used multiple times in a location, you can schedule the training as many times for as many groups/batches as you wish. Your team members will learn the material together; everybody will get the same information.

Webinar Topics:

Who will benefit?

These webinar recording CDs will be beneficial to the following:

All medical device companies whose products contain software; software development management; software development engineers; software quality assurance managers; software quality assurance engineers; Quality Assurance managers; Product engineering managers; Product program managers; and Product development project managers.

Webinars included in the Package:

Alternative Food Preservation: Pasteurization

This webinar discusses food preservation, traditional heat treatment, emerging food processing technologies, pasteurization, shelf life extension, acid and low acid foods, US FDA and USDA regulations, Health Canada , new regulatory terms and definitions, novel foods, high hydrostatic pressure, ultraviolet light, microwave heating, pulsed electric fields.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Food preservation technologies.
  • Food safety.
  • Low acid foods.
  • High acid and acid foods.
  • Thermal technologies.
  • Non-thermal technologies.
  • Regulatory terms and definitions.
  • Sterilization definition and techniques.
  • Pasteurization definition and techniques.
  • Emerging food processing technologies.
  • High pressure.
  • UV light.
  • PEF.
  • Microwave heating.
  • Packaging.
  • Process required microbial log reduction.
  • Food Safety Objective.
  • Safe process design.

About the Instructor:

Dr. Tatiana Koutchma , is a Research Scientist in Food Processing in Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), Guelph Food Research Center where she leads research in food safety engineering.

Active and Intelligent Packaging Technologies: A Food Safety and Quality Perspective (67 minutes)

This food safety webinar to discusses the different active and intelligent packaging techniques which you can follow to have your food products adhere to global food quality and compliance requirements.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • History of Packaging.
  • Factors for Packaging Consideration.
  • Active Packaging.
  • Intelligent Packaging.
  • Application of Active and Intelligent Packaging.
  • Future Developments.

About the Instructor:

Atique Rehman, is an experienced quality assurance and food safety professional with a Master of Science degree in Food Science & Agriculture Chemistry from McGill University Canada , Certified HACCP Auditor Designation from American Society for Quality (ASQ) and Certified Food Safety Trainer from National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) USA.

Good manufacturing practices for food contact packaging producers in the US and EU (57 minutes)

This food safety webinar addresses components of Good Manufacturing Practices that packaging material suppliers should follow for adherence to both regulatory and voluntary standards protocols

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Food processing facility inspections.
  • Sanitation standards for producing food packaging materials.
  • Compliance expectations, legal and contractual.
  • EU and US regulatory standards.
  • Packaging material traceability.
  • Product recall response.
  • Third-party certification standards for packaging.
  • Training, record keeping, internal audits, corrective actions.

About the Instructor:

Tom Dunn, has over thirty years experience in designing food packaging materials and operating food packaging facilities in compliance with local, state, Federal, and International safety regulations.

US FDA requirements for food contact packaging material compliance (60 minutes)

This webinar discusses components of a valid letter of guarantee for the food processor and the determinations that food packaging supplier must make in issuing the guarantee, certifying that they comply with US FDA regulations.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Food processing facility inspections.
  • Indirect food additive concept for US FDA compliance.
  • Letters of continuing guarantee.
  • Plastic, metal, glass, and paper packaging materials and coatings on them.
  • Compliance based on composition and quality.
  • Compliance based on special regulatory provisions.
  • Compliance based on migration models or experimental studies.
  • Status of materials with “Food Contact Notification” status.
  • “New” condition of use categories for FDA certifications.
  • Packaging for microwave use.
  • Packaging material traceability.
  • Product recall response.
  • Third-party certification standards for packaging.
  • “Food Grade” raw materials.
  • Global regulatory trends influencing USFDA policy makers.

About the Instructor:

Tom Dunn, has over thirty years experience in designing food packaging materials and operating food packaging facilities in compliance with local, state, Federal, and International safety regulations.

Regulation of printing inks on food contact packaging materials in the US & EU (60 minutes)

This webinar addresses new test methods for quantifying migration of Printing inks on food packaging materials into the packaged food and how they affect food safety law compliance.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Food processing facility inspections.
  • Indirect food additives.
  • Migration into food.
  • Migration testing and modeling.
  • Food simulants for migration experiments.
  • Packaging material traceability.
  • Product recall response.
  • Good manufacturing practices.
  • Surface-print ink offset mechanisms.

About the Instructor:

Tom Dunn, has over thirty years experience in designing food packaging materials and operating food packaging facilities in compliance with local, state, Federal, and International safety regulations.

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