Join us for three days of cutting-edge knowledge, insights, and networking opportunities.
Learn from industry-leading experts as they share their invaluable expertise in sessions dedicated to aseptic processing, microbiology, and in-container processing.
Stay up-to-date with the latest FDA and USDA regulations in dedicated sessions, ensuring compliance and excellence in your operations.
Participate in interactive discussions, engage in Q&A sessions, and exchange ideas with fellow thermal processing specialists from around the world.And when the day's sessions conclude, experience the vibrant energy and rich culture of Nashville, the Music City!
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What is IFTPS?
IFTPS is an international organization whose mission is to provide leadership and education for thermal processing specialists to enhance awareness and ensure public health safety by using the knowledge of a diverse membership through communication, networking, research and establishing best practices.
Our objectives are to:
Membership in the Institute provides its members with the following benefits:
Membership dues are only $60 USD per year for all members. Verified students enjoy a discounted rate of just $10 per year!
The Institute For Thermal Processing Specialists is a 501 (c) (6) not-for-profit corporation of the State of Virginia organized to serve the needs of those working in thermal processing. The Institute was conceived in 1981 by a group of individuals working in the field of thermal processing to advance professionalism through educational presentations and the development of uniform standards of procedure. Based on the interest expressed at an inaugural conference held in October of 1981, the Institute was formed and received its Certificate of Incorporation on July 1, 1982. The Institute held its first annual meeting on November 10, 1982 and now has more than 350 members from 27 countries.
IFTPS continues to operate exclusively for the purpose of fostering education and training for those persons interested in procedures, techniques and regulatory requirements for thermal processing of all types of food or other materials and for the communications of information between its members and other organizations.
This is accomplished through conferences, workshops and internet communication. Further, the Institute promotes study and research in the field of thermal processing and its impact on the public and the industry. It is also dedicated to the responsibilities of persons concerned with or performing activities in thermal processing.