Food Allergy Research and Resource Program
FARRP was established in 1995 as a cooperative venture between the University of Nebraska and seven founding industry charter members. Today, FARRP has more than 70 member companies, more than one dozen staff members and several graduate students. FARRP has two primary missions:
Develop and provide the food industry with credible information, expert opinions, tools, and services relating to allergenic foods.
Develop and provide the agricultural biotechnology industry with credible information, expert opinions, tools, and services relating to novel foods and food ingredients including genetically modified products.
FARRP takes a comprehensive approach working with and collaborating with research institutions, governmental authorities, consumer groups, and scientific societies around the globe to share our experience and knowledge to improve the safety of food products for consumers with food allergies and sensitivities.
We Have Moved
The Department of Food Science and Technology including FARRP and the FARRP Analytical Lab have moved to a new campus. While our address has changed all phone and email addresses remained the same.
URGENT NOTE - UPS Shippers
For FARRP Analytical Samples: Do not use the default ZIP code settings in UPS when entering our new address. Type in 68588 for the ZIP code. Also, please make sure your address includes Rm 276 Food Innovation Center.
Samples are being dropped off at the wrong location due to the wrong default ZIP code.
(FARRP General Mailing Address)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
(FARRP Analytical Mailing Address)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
What are the implications?
NOTE: The FARRP lab will be closed for testing starting July 17, 2015 through July 22, 2015 for the lab's relocation to our new facility.
2015 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (Pacifichem)
"Chemical Networking: Building Bridges Across the Pacific"
Honolulu, Hawaii December 15-20, 2015
This Congress is held approximately every five years and is sponsored jointly by the American Chemical Society, the Canadian Society for Chemistry, the Chemical Society of Japan, the New Zealand Institute of Chemistry, the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, the Korean Chemical Society and the Chinese Chemical Society. It emphasizes the collaborative nature of chemistry as a multidisciplinary science and the opportunities to network with Pan-Pacific research groups.
The FARRP Faculty Steve Taylor and Joe Baumert, along with Samuel Godefroy, Health Canada; Alice Lee, University of New South Wales; Masahiro Shoji, Morinaga; and Hiroshi Akiyama, Japan National Institute of Health Sciences will host and develop a food allergens session during the analytical technical symposia.
The FARRP Analytical Laboratory has received A2LA/ISO accreditation. Click here for a pdf of the certificate.
Updated 21 July, 2015
Important Holiday Closedown Information
FARRP will be closed on the following Holidays:
- Labor Day - September 7, 2015
- Thanksgiving Break -
Thursday, November 26, 2015 and will reopen Monday, November 30, 2015
- Christmas/New Year Break -
Thursday, December 24, 2015, and will reopen Monday, January 4, 2016
- Martin Luther King Day - Monday, January 18, 2016
- Memorial Day - Monday, May 30, 2016
- Independence Day - July 4, 2016