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Dry Pet Food Bacterial Surveillance System--Tony Bashall

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Tony is a serial and parallel entrepreneur having also held a number of senior and executive roles in Fortune 50 companies.  Tony has over 25 years of experience in the area of sensors, chemical and biological detection for a wide variety of market segments including food safety, food quality, healthcare, diagnostics, homeland security, environmental and industrial applications.

In addition Tony is a consultant and advisor to governments and corporations in his area of expertise focusing on disruptive technology, strategy, strategic marketing and major deals associated with chemical and biological detection.

Tony holds a B.Sc. (Hons) in Applied Analytical Chemistry, an MBA in Management together with several patents. He has presented at major worldwide conferences, published over 80 papers & articles and is a recognized thought-leader.

Agenda:

1.    Introduction.

2.    What are foodborne bacterial pathogens?

3.    What are the challenges of sampling dry pet for bacterial pathogens?

4.    What is the downside of “grab sampling?”

5.    What is a pneumatically collected dry food sample?

6.    What is the interstitial headspace?

7.    How does the new Hollison Technology system address these issues?

8.    Conclusion.

 

Contact:

Anthony D. Bashall

Hollison

1010 Allen Street, suite 202

Owensboro, KY 42303

Phone +1(617) 633-6030

www.hollison.com

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