Provisional Programme: MONDAY 2 SEPTEMBER 2019

DAY 2 – MONDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER 2019
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DAY 1 – SUNDAY, 1 SEPTEMBER 2019 | DAY 2 – MONDAY, 2 SEPTEMBER 2019 | DAY 3 – TUESDAY, 3 SEPTEMBER 2019 | DAY 4 – WEDNESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER 2019
 

*Provisional Programme – Subject to Change

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07:00 – 17:00 Registration

Venue: OR Tambo Foyer

08:00 – 10:00 Opening: Plenary Session 1

Plenary Venue: OR Tambo 2 (OR Tambo 2 Sponsored by NRF)

Session Chairpersons: David Watson & Riette de Kock

08:00 – 08:10 Welcome by Conference Chair, Mr David Watson
08:10 – 09:10 Greetings from Institute of Food Technologists (IFT)
Ernest Newbury Memorial Lecture: Feeding Minds for Tomorrow’s World
Ms Pam Coleman
Institute of Food Technologists, President Elect
Merieux NutriSciences, USA
09:10 – 10:00 Risk based food safety decision making within National Food Control Systems

Dr Lucia Anelich

SAAFoST President

Anelich Consulting, South Africa

10:00 – 10:40 Tea/Coffee Break and Poster Viewing – OR Tambo 1 & OR Tambo Foyer

(Tea/Coffee Break sponsored by Compusense Inc)

10:40 – 12:10 Plenary Session 2

Plenary Venue: OR Tambo 2 (OR Tambo 2 Sponsored by NRF)

Session Chairpersons: Lucia Anelich & Gunnar Sigge

10:40 – 11:10 When a Calorie is not a ‘Calorie’; how sensory cues can influence calorie perception and food intake

Dr Ciaran Forde

A STAR Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences, Singapore

11:10 – 11:40 Advertising in 2019: more than just pushing products off the shelves

Mr Katlego Ditlhokwe

Strategic Planner, South Africa

11:40 – 12:10 Research and business in the Nigerian Food Industry: Perspectives, challenges and opportunities

Adedola Adeboye

Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Nigeria

12:10 – 13:30 Lunch Break / Poster Viewing – OR Tambo 1 & OR Tambo Foyer

(Lunch Break sponsored by South African Meat Processors Association – SAMPA)

13:30 – 14:30 Session 1: Consumers in the 21st Century: Trends

Breakaway Venue 1: Heathrow (Heathrow sponsored by Clover SA)

Session Chairperson: Lorraine Geel

Session 2: Food Fraud: Managing Vulnerabilities in the Food Supply Chain

Breakaway Venue 2: OR Tambo 2 (OR Tambo 2 Sponsored by NRF)

Session Chairperson: Nicola Brook

Session 3: Packaging / Shelf Life

Breakaway Venue 3: King Shaka International (King Shaka International sponsored by Savannah)

Session Chairperson: Maryna de Wit

Session 4: Novel and Emerging Technologies in Food and Beverages / Innovation in the Food and Beverage Industry

Breakaway Venue 4: Cape Town International (Cape Town International sponsored by Compusense Inc)

Session Chairperson:  Eugenie Kayitesi

13:30 – 13:50 115 – The social cognitive underpinning of food consumer’ complaint behaviour: implications for manufacturers and retailers

Sune Donoghue and Ina Wilken

University of Pretoria, South Africa

How to monitoring the environment for threats and opportunities that could realise for the food industry

Harris Steinman

FACTS, South Africa

195 – Potential of Moringa oleifera leaf extract in extending the shelf-life of Fanti Kenkey, a Ghanaian stiff moulded fermented maize meal

Angela Parry-Hanson Kunadu

University of Ghana, Ghana

157 – Contribution of ionic strength and biopolymer ratio to bambara protein-gum Arabic complex formation, encapsulation and release properties

Nyasha Busu

Durban University of Technology, South Africa

13:50 – 14:10 222- The South African consumer and vitamin-mineral fortified food: attitude and purchasing behaviour

Monique Tredoux

DSM Nutritional Products, South Africa

101 for VACCP – All you need to know to get you started OF The auditor’s perspective

Ulli Gerntholtz

NSF International

42 – Efficiency of marula and orange peel extracts as natural antioxidants for stabilization of sunflower oil based salad dressing

Minenhle Khoza

The University of Johannesburg, South Africa

78 – Preservation of fresh date fruit using modified atmosphere packaging

Fahad AL Juhaimi

King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

14:10 – 14:30 183 – Snacking choices of school children in Gaborone, Botswana

Malebogo Lekgoa

University of Botswana, Botswana

How to approach analysis as a tool for managing vulnerabilities

Karim Dhanani

FACTS, South Africa

80 – Effects of thermosonication on phytochemicals of watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) juice using a response surface methodology

Maoto Makaepea Mossa

University of South Africa, University of Venda, South Africa

81 – Preparation of xanthone- and benzophenone-enriched fractions from Cyclopia genistoides as ingredients for a formulated health beverage

Neil Miller

Stellenbosch University, South Africa

14:30 – 14:40 Comfort Break
14:40 – 15:30 My Father’s Coat

Venue: OR Tambo 2 (OR Tambo 2 Sponsored by NRF)

MY FATHER`S COAT is the acclaimed story by Michael Charton. It makes the incredible story of South Africa more accessible to visitors and South Africans alike. This is a human story told through the eyes of five prominent and directly-interlinked protagonists spanning 200 turbulent years: Mzilikazi, Kruger, Rhodes, Smuts and Mandela.
A very unique product, providing order and meaning to a notoriously complex subject.

15:30 – 16:00 Tea/Coffee Break and Poster Viewing – OR Tambo 1 and OR Tambo Foyer

(Tea/Coffee Break sponsored by Nestle South Africa)

16:00 – 16:45 My Father’s Coat Continued

Venue: OR Tambo 2 (OR Tambo 2 Sponsored by NRF)

17:00 – 18:00
SAAFoST Biennial General Meeting

Venue:  OR Tambo 2 (OR Tambo 2 Sponsored by NRF)

17:00 MY SAAFoST

Venue:  King Shaka International (King Shaka International sponsored by Savannah)

Session Chairperson: Nwabisa Mehlomakulu

17:00 – 17:20 Volunteering for relevant Food Science Organisations: Benefits and Success Stories

Christie Tarantino-Dean

Institute of Food Technologists, USA

17:20 – 17:40 Career path and employability in the Food Industry: A South Africa context

Mariana Wait Du Plessis

Par Excellence H R Practitioners, South Africa

17:40 – 18:00 Questions & Answers
18:30 Fun Evening / Young Professionals Evening