YORBA LINDA, Calif. (PRWEB) June 23, 2020
MilliporeSigma, a leader in life science, is bringing together hundreds of food and beverage industry leaders, collaborators, scientists, and academia throughout North America.
Join the event to learn more about how MilliporeSigma’s food and beverage solutions can help you with your critical testing and innovative lab solution needs.
MilliporeSigma’s Food and Beverage week is a three-day event highlighting three renowned speakers. Kicking off the presentations, Timothy Cser, Sr. Technology Specialist at MilliporeSigma, will be speaking on “Environmental Monitoring Tools to Measure Microbiological Control in the Food Industry.” Dr. Matthias Nold, Product Manager of Reference Materials at MilliporeSigma will speak to “Reference Materials: An Introduction to quality grades and an overview on the different types for Food and Beverages,” and Justyce Jedlicka, Food & Beverage Regulatory Liaison at MilliporeSigma will finish off the presentations by touching on “2020 Food & Beverage Regulatory Trends, Impact and Next Steps.”
This virtual event will include recorded product demonstrations and live chats with technology specialists in an interactive environment, providing the ability to ask valuable questions and encounter thought-provoking discussions. Additionally, the event will include virtual booths centered around Microbiology, Chemical analysis, Lab Water, Innovation, and Thanking Food Heroes.
“We are excited to bring a one of a kind virtual event to our Food and Beverage customers at a time when trade shows have been postponed. Providing our customers the opportunity to have access to webinars, virtual booths, and specialists to answer their critical questions is crucial for them to continue the great work they are doing," said Kelli Mazzie, BioMonitoring Field Marketing Associate at MilliporeSigma.
Produced on LabRoots’ robust platform, this interactive environment with an exhibit hall, poster hall and an Education Center, allows attendees to connect seamlessly across all desktop and mobile devices.
For more information or to register for the event, click here.
We at MilliporeSigma (the U.S. life science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany) are here to partner with you and your food safety teams enabling you to improve lab testing efficiencies with our reliable products and services that meet ever changing regulations. MilliporeSigma's portfolio spans more than 300,000 products with 19,000 employees and 72 manufacturing sites worldwide. We understand microbiology and analytical food safety testing labs work tirelessly to provide consumers with safe and high-quality food products that require access to trusted brands like:
- Millipore® Preparation, Separation, Filtration & Monitoring products for your Hygiene, Environmental Monitoring & Pathogen detection needs
- Supelco® Analytical Products for your analytical analysis of food contamination and authenticity including certified reference materials, columns, & reflectometers
- Milli-Q® Lab Water Solutions for best-in-class laboratory water
- Sigma Aldrich® Lab & Production materials, including chemicals, inorganics & solvents
It is through our collaborations and partnerships that we can advance the safety and analysis throughout the supply chain, manufacturing and distribution of foods and beverages. Helping you produce consistent results, run efficient testing labs, maintain public trust, and keep our loved ones safe. Because we all want to trust what we eat.
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