2019 AAFP Conference
We are excited to announce the dates for the 11th Annual Arkansas Association of Food Protection (AAFP) conference for September 17-18, 2019 at the Fayetteville Town Center on the beautiful square in downtown Fayetteville, AR.
We are returning to the Fayetteville Square which was very popular for the restaurants and entertainment options. There are multiple Hotels in Fayetteville located in close proximity to the Fayetteville Town Center, so we will work on group rates at applicable hotels.
The Fayetteville Town Center is newer than the Chancellor Hotel or Holiday Inn conference venues, and it offers a more flexible floor plan with more space. The Fayetteville Town Center has multiple outdoor areas to support our evening entertainment plans to celebrate our 11th Annual.
In the coming weeks and months we will be releasing the Agenda, Key Note Speakers and Speakers. Our goal is to create a conference that is worthy of the Food Safety sector in Arkansas yet has speakers that are at many National Conferences. Our state’s food processing and food safety reaches far beyond Arkansas and the region with products and decisions by global entities headquartered in our state. With this conference and other workshops, we make an effort to keep our food safety professionals informed of their impact at home and beyond Arkansas.
2019 Agenda and Speaker Schedule
View Event Agenda and Speaker Info Below
2019 Individual Conference Registrations
Booth and Sponsor Registrations
Hotel Information and Group Rates
Chancellor Hotel Fayetteville
AAFP Group Rate Starting at $109/night
Towne Place Suites Fayetteville North/Springdale
Group Rate Coming Soon
Homewood Suites by Hilton Fayetteville
Group Rate Coming Soon
Poster Symposium: Call for Poster Abstracts
The 11th annual Arkansas Association for Food Protection (AAFP) general meeting will be held September 16-18, 2019 at the Fayetteville Town Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Education Committee for the AAFP would like to invite all current and future members (must be an Arkansas Affiliate member at the time of abstract submission) to submit abstracts for scientific posters based on any food safety research/work they have done (current or past, published or unpublished). Students (undergraduate and graduate), post-docs, technical staff and professionals are encouraged to participate in the poster symposium.