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Upcoming events

COVID-19 & NZIFST events

COVID-19 virus means we must minimise the risk to our members and the public.  The Ministry of Health  has the following basic measures for public events,

  • If you are feeling at all unwell then please stay at home.
  • Do not attend if you have been to any country other than those in Category 2  in the past 14 days
  • Do not attend if you suspect you have been in contact with people who  may have been exposed to the virus in the past 14 days
  • Use the provided hand sanitiser 
  • Be even more careful than usual about food handling

The Executive will continue to monitor developments and be guided by current MOH recommendations .  Please raise any specific concerns or questions to Rosemary or Richard.

31 March - Quick service restaurants  - POSTPONED

17 May - Bread making course

24 March - Ye Olde Berry Farm

1 April - Fork & Brewer
23 April - Beer Faults

Save the date:
           17-20 August 2020


NZIFST is proud to be hosting this international FS&T congress in Auckland in 2020.
There will be no annual NZIFST 'domestic' conference in 2020 but registration DISCOUNTS  up to $230 are available for NZIFST members attending this Congress. 

Become a member

If you work in food, find out how to become a member of New Zealand's largest, most active group of food professionals.

 -  Learn about CAREERS in the food industry.

-  Or find EMPLOYMENT.


Food New Zealand
is published 6 times per year.

It is free to members.

The Food Safety, Risk and Compliance Conference is one of the most notable food safety events in New Zealand. It aims to address constantly evolving food regulations and customer expectations in New Zealand as well as provide premier interdisciplinary platform for best practice and compliance in the New Zealand context.

Be inspired by thought-provoking talks from a renowned experts and academics, public authorities, industry leaders, innovators and grassroots players showcasing recent innovations, trends and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solution adopted.

The New Zealand Institute of Food Science and Technology (Inc.)

PO Box 5574, Terrace End
Palmerston North 4441,

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