The International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) is currently accepting nominations for the award and invites both members and non-members to recognize outstanding professionals in the field. This award includes various categories and nominees do not need to be IAFP members. Additionally, IAFP encourages members to apply for travel benefits to facilitate their attendance at the IAFP Annual Meeting.
The IAFP Annual Meeting is scheduled to be held from July 14-17, 2024 in Long Beach, California. The gathering serves as a global platform, bringing together more than 3,500 industry, academia and government food safety experts from six continents. The conference focuses on providing valuable insight into current and emerging food safety issues, featuring the latest scientific advances, innovative solutions, and networking opportunities among experts from around the world. . A complete list of his 2023 IAFP award winners can be found here.
Nominations are currently being accepted for a variety of awards and travel scholarships, with the deadline for most award categories being Tuesday, February 13, 2024. Specifically, the deadline for student travel scholarships is Tuesday, January 23, 2024. Students, industry professionals, and professionals in the health or agricultural sectors can apply for these honors and contribute to the recognition of excellence in the food safety field.
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About IAFP 2024 Annual Meeting
The IAFP Annual Meeting has established itself as the world’s leading food safety conference, with a dynamic program that covers a diverse range of topics, showcases cutting-edge technology through exhibitions, and features renowned experts as speakers. We offer The conference is known for recognizing the outstanding contributions of professionals and students in the field of food safety, adding a special dimension to the success of the event.
If you are interested in attending the IAFP 2024 Annual Meeting, registration details are available on the association’s website.
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