As part of their ongoing commitment to safe food through education, Flavorseal is pleased to announce that a HACCP workshop on Reduced Oxygen Packaging in the Retail and Foodservice Setting will be coming to the Ohio area on April 25-26, 2012.
Developed by Retail-Foodservice Food Safety Consortium, this 1 ½ day workshop provides an in-depth discussion of the applications, advantages and limitations to using reduced oxygen packaging (including sous vide and cook-chill) in the retail and foodservice setting. Presented by Dr. Brian Nummer, a Food Microbiologist and Extension Specialist from Utah State University, the workshop will also feature a brief presentation on reduced oxygen packaging from Chef Tim Franks of Flavorseal.
The conference will be held at Lorain County Community College, and is open to both regulatory personnel and foodservice professionals. Similar workshops have been held several times in the last year to great success. “Because these workshops bring together both the regulatory and the restaurant personnel, they have a unique opportunity to discuss and understand the issues from both sides,” according to Ken Hynes, VP of Flavorseal’s Foodservice Division. “But ultimately, it’s all about making sure the food is produced safely.”
Attendees can register online for the HACCP workshop on Reduced Oxygen Packaging at shop.flavorseal.com. Special discounts for regulatory personnel and multiple attendees from the same company may apply; contact Flavorseal for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Flavorseal specializes in packaging systems and products for the food processing, foodservice, and retail markets, providing customized solutions that improve ways to package flavor. In addition to the SQF Level 3 Certification, the Flavorseal manufacturing facility has achieved a superior rating from the American Institute of Baking (AIB). For more information, visit us at www.flavorseal.com or email us at email@example.com. We are located at 35179 Avon Commerce Parkway, Avon, OH 44011. Phone: 440-937-3900 or Toll-Free: 866-769-1500; Fax: 440-937-3901.