In this webinar, you will understand the demand for milk from foodservice, institutional and nontraditional grocery channels, gain an overview of successful innovative milk and beverage products, learn the newest flavor and packaging options in dairy-based beverages, hear how nondairy beverages helped one dairy processor gain grocery store shelf space and find out how a co-packer adds value to new products, from start-ups to established brands Read More
Registration is now open for the second Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research Certificate in Dairy Processing short course. This session begins Wednesday, September 7, 2016, with an all-day Introductory Session at the Center for Dairy Research in Madison, WI, followed by 10 weeks of online training (Sept. 7-Nov. 23).
This course will provide attendees with a hands-on understanding of the necessary preparation steps, self-assessment, active auditing techniques and report writing skills required to become an effective internal auditor of food processing operations. An overview of current FDA and private third party certification system requirements (GFSI & ISO) applicable to the food processing industry will provide the attendees with a benchmark to be used in assessment food processing plant operations.
This workshop was designed for dairy companies (and their suppliers) who are seeking to assure the food safety performance of their supply network. It is designed to help companies identify, quantify, and mitigate risks from ingredients, packaging, equipment, and services.
This two-day pasteurization seminar will help participants in the maintenance department gain a better understanding of the mechanical functions and potential failures that could occur in an HTST system. Participants will be involved in a number of troubleshooting situations that might occur on their system. It is a hands-on advanced workshop covering all aspects of HTST, including process controls, hydraulics, pumps, valves, STLR maintenance, equipment testing and regulatory compliance. The workshop is intended for seasoned maintenance workers, in addition to the new worker.
Don’t be baffled by statistics! In the food business, there is the product development cycle no one ever wants to ride: poorly conceived experiments which produce bad data that leads to wrong conclusions and, finally, to market failure. That is why all product developers -- from chemists to QA specialists -- should understand how insightful and intelligent data is produced.
A “working” convention that connects over 1,300 top executives for the purpose of conducting one-on-one business meetings with their trading partners. The convention allows attendees to meet with dozens of companies of their choosing in just a few days.