November 2nd

For complete agenda and more information click here.

Friday, November 2, 2012
7:00–8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast
8:00–10:00 a.m. Feature Session – Topic 4: Species Identification and Product Origin • Chairperson – TBD
8:00 a.m. State of Technology for Proper Species Identification in USA
LeeAnn Applewhite, Applied Food Technologies, Alachua, Florida
8:20 a.m. Development of a Rapid Seafood Species Identification Technique Using Chip-based Capillary Electrophoresis and Species-Specific Protein Patterns
Calvin C. Walker et al, National Marie Fisheries Service, Pascagoula, Mississippi
8:40 a.m. European Perspective (Invited Section)
Tailor-Made Authentication Tools for Storytelling
Begona Perez-Vilarel et al, AZTI, Spain
Rapid Identification of Species of Gadiformes of Commercial Interest by Means of High Resolution Melting Analysis
Taboada Iglesias, Ledicia et al, Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas, Consejo Superior de Investgaciones Cientificas, and AZTI, Vigo Spain
Breaking Seafood Identity: Geographic Origin Perspective
Miguel Angel Pardo et al, AZTI, Spain
10:00 a.m. Break
10:20–12:00 p.m. Feature Session – Topic 4: Species Identification and Product Origin (continued)
10:20 a.m. LABELFISH: The Atlantic Network on Genetic Control of Fish and Seafood Labeling and Traceability 
Carmen G. Sotelo et al, Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas CSIC, Vigo, Spain
10:40 a.m. Costs, Benefits and Human Challenges when Implementing Traceability in the White Fish Processing and Packing Industry: A Case Study
Kathryn A-M Donnelly, Nofima, Norway
11:00 a.m. How to Define Traceability
Petter Olsen and Melania Borit, Nofima and University of Tromsø, Norway
11:20 a.m. Louisiana Wild Certified Seafood: Controlling Traceability and Species Identification from Harvest to Sale via Geographic Authenticity Branding and Marketing Program 
Jon W. Bell et al, Louisiana State University and LAWF Department
11:40 a.m. Traceability in the Fish Sector from Research to Commercial Business
Erling P. Larsen, Technical University of Denmark, Charlottenlund
12:00 p.m. Adjourn the TAFT Conference
  Informal Lunch
   
8:00–12:00 p.m. Concurrent Poster Session for Topic 4
  Dipstick Test for DNA-based Cod Fish Products Authentication
TaboadaIglesias, Ledicia et al, Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas, Consejo Superior de Investgaciones Cientificas, and AZTI, Vigo Spain
  DNA Probes for Thunnus species Identification in Canned Products 
Miguel Angel Pardo et al, AZTI, Spain
  Consumer Behavior Analysis for Understanding the Dissonance between Attitude and Sensory Perception of Wild and Farmed Fish 
Garcia-Quiroga M. and Gartzia I., AZTI, Spain
  Brown Trout – Suitability of an ‘Old’ Species for Organic and Conventional Aquaculture
Monkika Manthey-Karl, Max Rubner Institute, Hamburg, Germany
  Is Organically Farmed Seafood a Better Quality? 
Horst Karl and Manthey-Karl, Max Rubner Institute, Hamburg, Germany
  The Use of Microalgae as a Protein Source in a Finfish Diet
Paul J. Sarnoski et al, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA
  Effects of Dietary Mineral Supplements on Quality of Fresh and Salt Cured Fillets from Farmed Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua 
Hilde Herland et al, Nofima, Tomsø, Norway
  Effect of Different Diet Supplementation on Several Muscle Collagen Parameters in Farmed Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.)
Moreno H.M. et al, ICTAN (CSIC) Madrid, Spain
  Automated Quality Assurance in Industrial Fish Feed Pellet Production
Michael E. Nielsen et al, Technical University of Denmark, Brande
  Profiling of Shrimp to Identify Source
J.W. Finley and Jon Bell, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
TBD = To Be Determined
* Designated Speaker other than lead author;  Complete list of authors and affiliations will accompany the printed program with full abstracts


Return to top