by BFFF
Sep 22nd, 2016
2 mins
BFFF

Foodborne viruses: Campden BRI seminar

Foodborne viruses present a continuing challenge to the safety of fresh produce, ready–to–eat foods and pork products. This Campden BRI seminar, which takes place on 24th November (see www.campdenbri.co.uk/foodborne-viruses-seminar.php), will focus on current information and the challenges posed by the main foodborne viruses, namely norovirus, hepatitis A and hepatitis E.

The seminar will provide up–to–date knowledge and opportunities for discussion and networking with experts in the area, and will cover:

  • Current priorities for foodborne virus research
  • Updates on NoVAS (Norovirus Attribution Study) FSA funded project
  • Challenges in methods for detection of viruses in foods
  • Control measures related to industry settings
  • Latest information on norovirus culturing
  • Risks posed by hepatitis E in the pork supply chain
  • Update on recent outbreaks

For further information on the seminar – please contact Daphne Llewellyn-Davies on +44(0)1386 842040 daphne.davies@campdenbri.co.uk

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