Past Webinars for Download

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Web seminars are a cost effective way to participate in ASTA educational events. Seminar topics are chosen based on current issues facing the industry and the needs of ASTA members.

Below are sessions that were recorded and available for purchase as a download.


Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) Enforcement and Compliance Strategies: What You Need to Know Now – Webinar

Impact of National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) for Ethylene Oxide Commercial Sterilizers on the U.S. Spice Industry

FDA Revised Draft Appendix 1of Preventive Controls for Human Foods Guidance Webinar: Implications for Spice Companies webinar

Sustainability 101: A Webinar Series for ASTA Members

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Proposed Regulatory Actions on Ethylene Oxide (EtO) Webinar

Strengthening Organic Enforcement: Regulatory Updates from the USDA National Organic Program

FDA’s Pesticide Residue Monitoring Program Updates and Channels of Trade Guidance for Chlorpyrifos

Updated ASTA Guidance on Science-Based Groupings to Optimize Validation of Spice Process Controls

Supply Chain Due Diligence: Understanding and Mitigating Emerging Risks

ASTA Recording on Presence and Control of Spore-forming Bacteria

Introduction to Spices for New Industry Professionals

ASTA Webinar: What FDA’s Laboratory Accreditation Proposed Rule Means for the Spice Industry

ASTA Webinar on Allergens in Spices: Risk Assessments and Regulatory Risks

ASTA Webinar on How to Develop a FSMA-Ready Environmental Monitoring Program

ASTA Webinar Series on Validation of Microbial Reduction Processes

ASTA/FEMA Webinar series on FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)

ASTA Webinar Series on Microbiology of Spices

ASTA Webinar on the ASTA Food Safety Modernization Act Decision Tree ASTA Webinar Series on Intentional Adulteration

ASTA Webinar on What Spice Companies Need to Do to Comply with New GMO Labeling Rules