2021-2022 WAFFP Officers

President: Diep Wisniewski
President: Elect: Virginia Ng
Secretary: Stephanie Olmsted
Treasurer: Jill Wisehart
Auditor:    Cathie Gray
IAFP Delegate: – Minto Michael

Message From The President
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2021 WAFFP Annual Conference and to all of our wonderful speakers, hardworking volunteers, and generous sponsors!  Whether you joined us virtually or in person, we truly appreciate your ongoing support of the industry and our organization.  We look forward to what this next year will bring and hope to see you all again at the 2022 WAFFP Annual Conference in Chelan WA! – Ms. Diep Wisniewski – President 2021-22

2021 Conference Agenda: here
2021 Conference Presentations: Now Available For Members
WAFFP Members may access the conference presentations through the Members Log-in drop down tab. The password to enter this tab has been sent to your email address provided at time of registration.
WAFFP Newsletter: Volume 3 issue 1 here

WSU – On-line Food Science Certificate Programs – 2022

The Food Science Certificate Programs consists of two series: Certificate of Proficiency in Food Science and Certificate of Food Safety. Each of these programs over five non-credit courses. These courses are specifically designed for individuals in, associated with, or just interested in, the production, processing and safety of food, who are not food scientists or food engineers.

Course Series and Registration

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Scholarships: Your WAFFP WSU Luedecke scholarship recipients are Jessica Grande- Melocoton and Jacob Cleary. CONGRATULATIONS!  View their statements here.

The Washington Association for Food Protection is a non-profit association dedicated to provide 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 Environmental 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

International Association for Food Protection – 2021 Affiliate View newsletter