Watch: Microbes and Biofilms in the Food Industry Webinar
Our joint webinar with the Society for Applied Microbiology was designed for anyone working in either the production of food or researching/controlling the role microbes and biofilms play in the whole food chain.
The webinar featured talks from industry professionals and academics discussing the challenges facing the food industry in managing microbes and biofilms and the evolving regulatory context of achieving microbial control using interventional approaches.
All talks from the webinar are available to watch on this page.
Food Hygiene Biocides – Regulation and Reality
Karin Goodburn MBE, Director General, Chilled Food Association
Drawing back the veil: a metagenomic study of species diversity in UK food industry biofilms
Rob Limburn, Heat Resistance & Decontamination Group Manager, Campden BRI
Control of Listeria and Salmonella ‘biofilms’ in the Food Chain
Dr John Holah, Principal Corporate Scientist: Food Safety & Public Health, Kersia
CIELS engagement in microbial control within the food supply chain
Lyndsay Chapman, CEO, Centre for Innovation Excellence in Livestock (CIEL)
Beware of Dry surface biofilms: implications for the food processing environment
Prof Jean-Yves Maillard, Professor of Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Cardiff University
Cold plasma as a novel nonthermal control process for foodborne pathogen biofilms
Dr Brendan Niemira, Research Leader, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Evaluation of the effect of Chlorine Dioxide gas and a liquid probiotic application on hydrated and dehydrated biofilms
Dr Michele Sayles, Executive Director, Food Safety & Quality, Diamond Pet Food
US EPA regulatory guidance: the path to anti-biofilm products in the marketplace
Darla Goeres, Research Professor of Regulatory Science, Center For Biofilm Engineering