WAFFP  2020

If you have ideas, suggestions, or recommendations for this year’s event, we want to hear them!  The planning committee is committed to bringing you the very best value for your time, and everyone reading this note is welcome to help us shape our group’s direction, so please reach out to any of the committee members if you’d like to contribute.

 Thanks again for your support and for helping us promote food safety across the state and beyond. 

 Planning Committee President, Daniel Wing

Washington State University Extension – Better Process Control School – 2 day or 4 day February 3rd – 6th – SeaTac, WA

Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training: Feb 7 – Richland WA: Feb 11 – Moses Lake: Feb 18 -Lyndon: Feb 20 – Sequim: Feb 26 – Manson

Washington State University – 2020 WSU Creamery Events
34th Advanced Cheese Making Short Course – February 25th – 27th 2020 WSU Pullman

Food Ingredient Technology Short Course – February 26, 2020 – SeaTac, WA

Pasteurization Workshop – April 21st – 23rd 2020 – WSU Pullman

 


Sponsorship

WAFFP is an all volunteer organization. Many aspects of our conferences and scholarship programs are funded through the generous donations of our corporate and individual sponsors. To see our current sponsors and for information about sponsorship opportunities, please click on over to our Sponsors page / or you may contact Ms. Virginia Ng.  vng@spa-food.org


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The Washington Association for Food Protection is a non-profit association dedicated to provide our members with a forum to educate, and discuss the latest technologies and advancements of food safety.  Prior to September 2000 we were known as the Washington Milk, Food and Envionmental Association. In 1951, we became an affiliate of what is now known as the International Association for Food Protection. They were formed in 1911, and have been instrumental in the development and promotion of food safety worldwide.

Food Safety depends on the efforts of a large number of different disciplines working together. Our members include federal, state and local government agencies, educators, industry professionals, equipment manufactures and allied suppliers.

We invite all food safety related professionals to join us in our efforts to protect our food supply and promote “Food Safety through Education.”

“To provide food safety professionals worldwide with a forum to exchange information on protecting the food supply.”
— International Association for Food Protection

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