NSF International and USDA Co-Host 2010 Food Safety Education Conference in Atlanta
Experts Available to Discuss Hot Topics in Food Safety
NSF International, a not-for-profit public health and safety organization, is co-hosting the 2010 Food Safety Education Conference with the USDA March 24-26, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia. An expert in food safety, NSF is a third-party certifier of the global food supply. NSF is supporting this conference and its mission to prevent foodborne illness and to protect consumers through new food safety education methods.
The conference, “Advancements in Food Safety Education: Trends, Tools and Technologies,” will include food safety experts from both NSF International and the USDA, as well as other key regulatory organizations including the FDA, CDC and the World Health Organization. Together they will discuss key topics in the industry including causes of foodborne illness. Additional topics will include realities of a global food supply, food allergy trends, food safety in classrooms and social media and virtual gaming for food safety education and awareness.
NSF International experts including President and CEO Kevan P. Lawlor; Vice President of Supply Chain Food Safety and Quality Tom Chestnut; and Senior Director of Regulatory Affairs Stan Hazan will be onsite and available to participate in LIVE and PRE-SCHEDULED interviews to discuss the following:
The conference is sold out; registration is required for attending media. Media interested in attending can email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://guest.cvent.com/EVENTS/Info/Custom.aspx?cid=36&e=0076080c-a4e7-40b2-a429-e8b206e6c7cc.
Wednesday, March 24, 2010 – Thursday, March 25
Friday, March 26, 2010
Hyatt Regency Atlanta