Novel Food Processing Technologies – An Industry Overview Seminar

Date & Time

Product & Process Innovation Novel Food Processing Technologies

Do you need help becoming the next industry innovator in the trendy food and beverage industry?

Join us for this complimentary half-day seminar to learn about novel processing technologies and how they can help you get there.  Sessions delivered by industry experts and NSF International’s product and process innovation team will cover high-pressure and UV processing and membrane filtration.  We will also have a live demonstration and lab tour to help you navigate your way through these processing challenges.

8:45 am

Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:15 am

Opening Comments

Karen McEachern, Technical Manager, Product & Process Innovation, NSF International

9:20 am

High-Pressure Processing

The application of this emerging high-pressure processing technique is moving beyond the food processing industry every day. Learn how it applies to your next innovative idea.

Rick Marshall, Gridpath Solutions

9:50 am

UV Processing

This presentation covers the advantages and limitations of processing foods by UV light. Learn more about how this non-thermal food processing technology enhances microbial safety and quality.

Tatiana Koutchma, Research Scientist, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

10:20 am

Coffee Refresh

10:35 am


Learn how ultra- and nano-filtration processes can reduce or eliminate undesirable attributes. Discover why this is one of the fastest-growing advanced technologies in the world.

Rob Swan, Senior Project Manager, Product & Process Innovation, NSF International

11:05 am

Product & Process Innovation Lab Tour

Chris Chop, Packaging Technologist, NSF International
Dikatso Ramatsela, Laboratory Technician, Product & Process Innovation, NSF International

11:20 am

Live Demonstration

NSF’s product and process development team reveals how novel processing impacts the sensory characteristics of your product. Take this opportunity to see how a MicroThermics unit operates and how NSF’s technical team can assist you with the development of your new products.

12:00 Noon


Register for FREE now!


For more information, please contact:

Denise Horseman

Special Events Manager

NSF International 

519-821-1246, Ext. 6416


125 Chancellors Way
Guelph ON N1G0E7