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Dr. Lisa Szabo A.

Chief Scientist


HQ Phone: +61 1300 794 000

Email: l***@***.au


Level 36 Governor Macquarie Tower 1 Farrer Place

Sydney, New South Wales 2000


Company Description

The NSW Urban Taskforce >/b>is a property development industry group, representing NSW's most prominent and important developers, builders and property financiers. The NSW development industry's annual turnover is $35 billion and employs 180,000 people... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Scientist
New South Wales Golf Association

Food Australia

Research Scientist

Australian Food Safety Centre of Excellence Research Scientist


International Association for Food Protection


Bachelor of Science ( Honours

University of Queensland

Doctor of Philosophy
University of Queensland

Honours degree

University of Queensland

Web References (140 Total References)

However The Express's request for comment ...

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However The Express's request for comment was directed to Food Authority chief executive Dr Lisa Szabo.

Chief Scientist Dr Lisa Szabo was online yesterday from 1pm to 2pm to bust some food furphies and give you the low down on any food safety myths (who writes this stuff?).

Be Aware: show you care - Food Allergy Week 2014 | Latest News | CFT

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The Authority's Chief Scientist Dr Lisa Szabo said that while people with allergies need to be responsible for the foods they eat, everyone has a role in being allergy aware.

"People living with food allergies and their families are generally acutely aware of their condition but they need the support of the wider community and especially that of food businesses," Dr Szabo said.

NSW Food Authority CEO ...

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NSW Food Authority CEO Dr Lisa Szabo said to avoid Salmonella poisoning, the same advice applies to both consumers and food retailers when preparing dressings, mayonnaises, desserts and sauces.

"It is far safer and preferable to use alternatives such as commercially produced products instead of handmade mayonnaise and sauces, or to use commercially pasteurised eggs in lieu of raw eggs in ready-to-eat products such as desserts and drinks," Dr Szabo said.
"While preparing and handling food, keep benches and utensils clean and dry and do not allow cross contamination of raw and cooked products.
"Retailers should also remember that food laws in NSW prohibit the sale of eggs with dirty or cracked shells because this increases the risk of contamination and food-borne illness, and should reject any eggs that are not intact," said Dr Szabo.

Welcome to Rockdale City Council - Public Health - Food Safety

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NSW Food Authority Chief Scientist, Dr Lisa Szabo said that research indicates consumers want to be able to make smart food decisions despite fast and snack food consumption being on the rise and patronage at ready-to-go food outlets doubling in the past 10 years.

"Australians who regularly purchase convenience foods tend to choose the same meals each time and the majority don't know the kilojoule content of what they are consuming," Dr Szabo.

The NSW Food Authority's CEO ...

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The NSW Food Authority's CEO Dr Lisa Szabo has congratulated Barossa Fine Foods, winner of the NSW Food Authority sponsored Champion Smallgoods Exhibit in the 2015 Sydney Royal Deli Meat Competition for its Vienna Deluxe, a German style smooth hot dog.

It is the second year running the South Australian company has been awarded the Champion Smallgoods winner of the Sydney Royal Agricultural Society's Spring Fine Food Show.
"This is a competition of the highest standard and our award celebrates the very best in premium quality food," Dr Szabo said.
"I congratulate Barossa Fine Foods on another well deserved win."
NSW producers had a strong showing in the Deli Meat category with 65 per cent of the 676 products entered in the competition coming from NSW and 3 of the 9 Champion Trophies in the section awarded to NSW producers.
Dr Szabo said the NSW Food Authority was a proud sponsor of the event which recognises and celebrates excellence and innovation in the fine food industry.
"I congratulate all of the entrants, particularly those crowned winners and would like to note the strong performance by NSW producers" Dr Szabo said.

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