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June
4-8: National Grocers Association Executive Leadership Development Program, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., (703) 516-0700.
6-7: Univ. of Wisconsin Cheese Grading and Evaluation Short Course, Madison, Wis., contact Scott Rankin, (608) 263-2008, www.wisc.edu/foodsci.
6-7: MSU Clean-in-Place (CIP) Short Course, Dept. of Food Science & Human Nutrition, Michigan State University, East Lansing, (517) 355-8474, ext.114.
6-8: EastPack, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, (310) 445-4200.
9-11: The Great American Dessert Expo 2006, Dessert Expo LLC, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, (718) 854-4450, info@dessertexpo.com.
9-12: Grocery Manufacturers of America Executive Conference, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., (202) 337-9400.
11-13: Dairy-Deli-Bake Seminar & Expo, International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Fla., (608) 238-7908.
14-15: Washington Conference, International Dairy Foods Association, Washington Court Hotel, Washington, D.C., contact Shira Pisner, (202) 220-3557.
15-16: Principles of HACCP Seminar, ASI Food Safety Consultants, Orlando, Fla., (800) 477-0778, asi@asifood.com, www.asifood.com.
24-28: Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting & Expo, Orlando, Fla., (312) 782-8424, info@ift.org.
25-27: 23rd Annual Distribution and Logistics Conference, American Frozen Food Institute, Ritz-Carlton Lake Las Vegas, Las Vegas, (703) 821-0770, info@affi.com.
25-27: Southwest Foodservice Expo, Texas Restaurant Association, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, (800) 395-2872.
25-27: The Dairy Symposium, Wisconsin Dairy Products Association, Galena, Ill., info@wdpa.net.
July
9-11: 52nd Summer Fancy Food Show, National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, Jacob K. Javits Center, New York, (212) 482-6440.
9-12: ASABE Annual International Meeting, American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, Portland, Ore., (269) 429-0300.
9-13: American Dairy Science Association and American Society of Animal Science Joint Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, (217) 356-2426, www.adsa.org.
10-13: Better Process Control School, Louisiana State University, Department of Food Science, Baton Rouge, La., contact Dr. Alfred Trappey, (225) 578-5207.
14-16: NNFA MarketPlace 2006, National Nutritional Foods Association, Sands Expo & Convention Center, Las Vegas, (800) 966-6632, conventions@nnfa.org.
16-19: 43rd Annual Florida Pesticide Residue Workshop and 8th Annual Foodborne Pathogen Analysis Conference, Hilton, Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, Fla., contact W. George Fong, Gandwfong@comcast.net, www.flworkshop.com.

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