NCDEA / Dairy Australia Webinar presented by Deon Mahoney, Dairy Food Safety Victoria (DFSV)
This timely webinar will outline recent changes to Standard 4.2.4 (Primary production and processing requirements for dairy products) in the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. With the gazettal of the revised Standard 4.2.4 in February 2015, manufacturers now have the opportunity to produce a range of raw milk cheeses. Not surprisingly, stringent requirements are in place in order to protect public health and safety.
Deon will chronicle the history of raw milk cheese in Australia, illustrate the standard development process, explain the specific requirements contained within the revised standard, and describe the requirements of state regulatory authorities.
Deon Mahoney is the Chief Scientist at Dairy Food Safety Victoria (DFSV). DFSV is responsible for overseeing and regulating the safety of dairy products manufactured in Victoria. As Chief Scientist, Deon provides high level scientific and technical advice on issues affecting the safety of dairy products.
Date: Tuesday 16th June, 2015
Time: 2 - 3pm, AEST (please allow for time differences in other states)
Location: Your desk
Topic: Regulatory requirements for manufacturing raw milk cheese in Australia
Registrations: Email Jenny Penfold at the National Centre for Dairy Education Australia (NCDEA), and include your name, email address, phone number and organisation. Registrations close on Monday 15th June.
This webinar is part of the NCDEA webinar series, which is open to any Australian dairy manufacturer, or individuals associated with dairy production.
For more information, view the webinar brochure here.
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