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Calendar

July
16-20: Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting and Food Expo, New Orleans, La., (312) 782-8424, e-mail info@ift.org.
24-28: ASAS-ADSA-CSAS Annual Meeting, the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS), American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) and Canadian Society of Animal Science (CSAS), Cincinnati Covention Center, www.fass.org/2005.
25-29: An Introduction to Flavors, D.L. Newslow & Associates Inc. and M&M Consulting & Laboratory Inc., The Shores Resort & Spa, Daytona Beach Shores, Fla., (888) 662-7922, www.newslow.com.
August
2-4: Advanced HACCP Short Course for the California Cheese Industry, Dairy Product Technology Center, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Calif., contact Jennifer Giambroni, (415) 254-4549.
29-30: eDairy Industry Market Outlook Conference, Chicago Mercantile Ex­change, Chicago, e-mail eric@dairy.nu.
September
11-14: 4th Annual International Whey Conference, American Dairy Products Institute, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Chicago, www.iwc-2005.org.
11-15: Cultured Dairy Products Course, Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pa., e-mail ShortCourse@psu.edu.
13-15: HTST Workshop, Randolph Associates Inc., Nashville, Tenn.,
(205) 595-6455, us@randolphconsulting.com
17-22: International Dairy Federation World Dairy Summit, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, contact Caroline Brooks, e-mail Cbrooks@fil-idf.org.
23-25: The NAFEM Show, North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers, Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Calif., www.thenafemshow.org.
27-30: 6th Annual Dairy Science and Technology Basics for the Artisan/Farmstead Cheesemaker, Cal Poly Dairy Products Technology Center, San Luis Obispo, Calif., contact Laurie Jacobson, (805) 756-6097.
October
3-7: Dairy Technology Workshop, Randolph Associates Inc., Newport, Ky., (205) 595-6455, us@randolphconsulting.com
8-12: National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Convention, National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association, San Francisco, (717) 657-8601, e-mail info@nfraweb.org.
10-12: Sanitation Short Course, Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pa., e-mail ShortCourse@psu.edu.
11-13: FoodScan Instrument Training, Foss North America, Laughlin, Nev., (952) 974-9892, e-mail info@fossnorthamerica.com.
18-19: 10th Annual Cal Poly Dairy Cleaning and Sanitation Short Course, California Polytechnic State University Dairy Products Technology Center, San Luis Obispo, Calif., contact Laurie Jacobson, (805) 756-6097.
27-30: NAFFS 88th Annual Convention, The Resort at Longboat Key Club, Longboat Key, Fla., contact Diane Davis, (732) 922-3218, www.naffs.org.
26-29: Worldwide Food Expo, McCormick Place, Chicago, www.worldwidefood.com, www.idfa.org.
November
7-10: 6th Annual Frozen Dairy Desserts Manufacturing Short Course, Cal Poly Dairy Products Technology Center, San Luis Obispo, Calif., contact Laurie Jacobson, (805) 756-6097.
8-9: Sensory & QA Workshop, Randolph Associates Inc., St. Louis, (205) 595-6455, us@randolphconsulting.com.
10-11: International Symposium on Milk Genomics & Human Health, COPIA: The American Center for Wine, Food & the Arts, Napa, Calif., contact Jennifer Giambroni, (415) 254-4549.

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