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The South African Association for Food Science and Technology. A Scientific Association for Food Professionals
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SAAFoST 15h
"Sustainable diets - considering health, environment and cost" presented by Prof. Friede Wenholf on 25/06/2019 at University of Pretoria. Read more in the publication Food Planet Health by EAT-Lancet commission or view the webinar on YouTube at
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SAAFoST Jun 25
Did you know that SAAFoST gives eight study grants and academic achievement awards each year to Food Science and Food Technology students via their universities? Just one of the many ways we promote Food Science and Technology Professionalism! Learn more
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SAAFoST Jun 24
Fellow Food Science and Technology professional. Pay your SAAFoST Membership today, continue to enjoy membership benefits.
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SAAFoST Jun 21
Get a glimpse of the 2019 Scientific programme, it is jam packed with the industry’s key topics presented by industry top speakers. The Scientific Programme is Available! Click to see what the 2019 Congress has in store for you.
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SAAFoST Jun 20
My week on Twitter 🎉: 2 Mentions, 338 Mention Reach, 13 Likes, 7 Retweets, 2K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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SAAFoST Jun 20
South African Society of Dairy Technology invites you to the one-day symposium. Register now at
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SAAFoST Jun 20
Our biggest fans this week: GunnarSigge, riettesa, FitchetTricia. Thank you! via
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SAAFoST Jun 18
Calling all students and young professionals. We have planned a cocktail evening just for you. For more info check out our website at
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SAAFoST Jun 14
FST (South African Food Science and Technology) magazine July Issue, coming soon! Visit FST magazine at
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SAAFoST Jun 13
My week on Twitter 🎉: 4 Mentions, 4.66K Mention Reach, 9 Likes, 7 Retweets, 1.72K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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SAAFoST Jun 13
TBT to the 21st SAAFoST Biennial International Congress & Exhibition held in 2015 at Tsogo Sun Elangeni Maharani Complex, Marine Parade in Durban. It was groundbreaking! Register now for the 2019 Congress at
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SAAFoST Jun 13
Our biggest fans this week: GunnarSigge, FitchetTricia, oluwafemiadebo. Thank you! via
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SAAFoST Jun 11
Let’s get SOCIAL! Keep up with the latest Food Science and Technology news; link up with us on LinkedIn at , Follow us Instagram at and Facebook at We are ready to connect with you!
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SAAFoST Jun 11
Only 13 days to the SAAFoST Northern Branch Lecture, book now by email at saafost.irene@telkomsa.net Bookings close Friday 21 June 2019 at 12:00
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SAAFoST Jun 10
Be sure to register for SA greatest Food Industry Congress here:
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SAAFoST Jun 6
Remember the SAAFoST 2013 Congress held at CSIR Convention Centre in Pretoria from 07 to 10 October. It was groundbreaking! The 2019 Congress is only 12 weeks away. Visit our Congress website to register
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SAAFoST Jun 5
Royal Society of South Africa invites you to a free public lecture. Title: “Growing Bio-Bricks from Urine”. Presenter: Dr. Dyllon Randall. The lecture will be held at SAAO on Wednesday 19 June 2019 at 17:00
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SAAFoST Jun 4
SAAFoST Northern Branch invites you to a Lecture titled, "Sustainable diets – considering environment and cost health". Date 25 June 2019. Venue: Dept. of Food Science, Old Agriculture Building, University of Pretoria. Book by email at saafost.irene@telkomsa.net
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SAAFoST May 31
Dr Gary Dugmore (Acting Director, Innoventon), Juliette le Roux (SAAFoST EC Representative, Food Safety Matters), Dr Nicole Vorster (Speaker, Innoventon) and Adine Visser (Speaker, Mpact) at the well-attended SAAFoST workshop for Waste Reduction in the Food Industry, at PE.
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SAAFoST May 31
Congratulations to Carina Mendes, a fourth year student of food science and technology at UP, on receiving two SAAFoST academic awards, namely the Aubrey Parsons Study Grand and the Pieter van Twisk Academic Achievement. Well done Carina!!
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