Course: Validation of control measures to ensure the safety of three artisanal dairy products from the Mesoamerican region.

Course: Validation of control measures to ensure the safety of three artisanal dairy products from the Mesoamerican region.
San José, Costa Rica
March 28, 2019
8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Hotel Barceló San José Palacio

As part of the project Validation of control measures to ensure the safety of three artisanal dairy products of the Mesoamerican region, carried out by the National Center for Food Science and Technology of the University of Costa Rica (CITA-UCR), a course will be taught to collaborators of governmental institutions (SENASA, MINSA and INA) with responsibilities in the inspection, assessment or training of national dairy companies dedicated to the production of pasta filata cheeses, dry salted cheeses and / or sour milk.

The objective of the course is to provide the results obtained in the research and the recommendations to guarantee the innocuousness of the current practices of formulation, management and processing of three handmade dairy products produced in the Mesoamerican Region.

Speakers:

PhD. Jessie Usaga
Principal investigator
CITA – UCR

Licda. Diana Víquez
IAssociate researcher
CITA – UCR

PhD. Eric Wong
Associate researcher
CITA – UCR