The Center for Produce Safety (CPS) will hold its 5th Annual Produce Research Symposium in Newport Beach, California on June 24-25. Attendees can expect to see representatives from every spectrum of the food safety chain, from industry to research scientists. The results from CPS funded projects will be presented – with a focus on irrigation water and disinfection methods to reduce the risk of produce contamination, addressing Salmonella and E. coli as potential contaminants.
Today, CPS announced that the Symposium’s opening session topic “Safe and Sustainable Water Solutions” will be moderated by Western Growers’ Senior Vice President and CPS board member, Hank Giclas.
Symposium registration includes general sessions, panel discussions, poster sessions, meal tickets and reception.
CPS was formed to focus on providing the produce industry and government with actionable information needed to continually enhance the safety of produce -- Science for the industry, by the industry.
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