Sponsored Workshop Series


FARRP Workshops

Effective Food Allergen Management Workshop - CANCELLED
If you have any questions please contact Pat Gergen at pgergen2@unl.edu
March 18-20, 2020
Hyatt Regency O'Hare - Chicago, IL

Registration Closed

For many food processors, food allergens remain among the most challenging food safety concerns to manage, and undeclared food allergens are the most common cause of FDA food recalls. With the implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), it is more critical than ever to have well-documented, effective allergen management programs.

11th Food Allergens Methodologies Workshop - Cancelled
If you have any questions please contact Pat Gergen at pgergen2@unl.edu
May 4-6, 2020

JW Marriott - Edmonton, Canada

Registration Closed

The Bureau of Chemical Safety in Health Canada's Food Directorate and the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program (FARRP) are planning the Eleventh Food Allergens Methodologies Workshop.

As a follow-up to the 2018 workshop organized by Health Canada and FARRP, the Eleventh Food Allergens Methodologies Workshop aims at increasing consultation, information exchange, and harmonization in the area of food allergens and analytical methods for food allergens.

The Eleventh Food Allergens Methodologies Workshop aims at gathering scientists, chemists, analysts and other representatives from government agencies, university, industry and consumer associations, to discuss issues related to detection, identification, characterization, and control of allergen residues in foods.

Various topics to be discussed:

  • Consumer Impacts of Food Allergies
  • Novel Foods and Allergenicity
  • Updates on Mass Spectrometry & ELISA Approaches for Allergen Analysis
  • Food Allergen Risk Assessment & Risk Management
  • Food Allergies - Codex, Sanitation, Labeling and Consumer Response

Tree Nut Webinar

The "Allergen Control and Safe Nut Processing Practices" is a free webinar that provides an introduction to allergen control tools that can assure prevention of cross-contact of tree nut allergens, practical information about food allergies and how to safely produce non-nut containing foods as well as nut-containing foods. We would like to acknowledge the International Tree Nut Council Nutrition Research and Education Foundation for underwriting this webinar.

Training Video

Although in-person training is ideal, FARRP also has developed a video training package through a partnership with Silliker, Inc.:

On Site Consultation and Training

FARRP is known for its leadership in allergen awareness, testing and prevention. Let the FARRP experts help your company minimize the risk of allergen cross-contact in your production facility.

FARRP staff will provide in-plant troubleshooting to help assess and address clean-up issues and recall problems. Contact FARRP today to discuss consulting services and fees.

FARRP experts are available for many training opportunities. These include on-site training at manufacturer location by FARRP experts on a consulting fee basis. Subjects covered include: food allergens, allergen sanitation issues, allergen control strategies, safety of genetically modified foods, and more.

For additional information contact:

Pat Gergen, FARRP
University of Nebraska
Phone: 402-472-5302
E-mail: pgergen2@unl.edu

Updated 18 March 2020