Food Safety and Innovation

We support the food industry through innovation, actionable knowledge, and solutions.

Our Food Safety and Innovation Centre provides undergraduate and graduate teaching in microbiology and aspects of food science and innovation. It researches and delivers innovative approaches to improve the safety, quality, functionality, and shelf life of food and expertise in the microbiology of food production systems.

We support the food industry in Tasmania by providing innovation, actionable knowledge, and solutions to add value, safety, and sustainability to produce.

The Centre also provides leadership and network connections with national and international interests in food safety, quality, and food processing innovation.

Centre for Food Innovation

The Centre for Food Innovation (CFI) is a ground-breaking science collaboration between the University of Tasmania, the Commonwealth Government’s Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).

Led by TIA Professor Roger Stanley, CFI brings together nutritionists and food technology experts with the aim developing high-added value products for both defence application and the benefit of Australian industry.

Meet Professor Stanley

Want to know more?

Contact TIA Food Safety and Innovation Centre Leader, Professor John Bowman.