Yogurt and cottage cheese are high-protein foods finding favor with consumers. Along with cream cheese and sour cream, these cultured dairy foods take well to flavors. Dairy processors are also addressing the snacking trend with grab-and-go packages. Read More
The 2017 Membrane Technology Forum will bring you a unique and intimate environment dedicated to the exchange of ideas on membrane technologies and their applications. This year the Membrane Technology Forum is moving to downtown Minneapolis!
This course teaches core concepts of Food Science. It is designed for technical personnel from other disciplines (chemistry, biology, engineering) and nontechnical personnel who have little or no experience in the food industry. You will learn vocabulary associated with food science and manufacturing, and learn the core principles of food chemistry, engineering, microbiology, nutrition, sensory science, and packaging taught in the context of real-world food examples.
Veolia is hosting a one-day educational seminar on enhancing water and wastewater management designed specifically for individuals working at Food and Beverage related companies. Global specialists in water and wastewater will provide the latest industry advancements to help attendees reach their goals, such as regulatory compliance, reducing sewage discharge fees, ensuring consistent water quality, improving operational efficiency, and achieving sustainability goals.
Regulatory RoundUP provides the opportunity for dairy professionals to hear first-hand from the decision-makers and regulatory officials who have direct responsibility for the rules that affect dairy plants, products and personnel. The conference will help dairy professionals better understand the intent behind federal regulations, the parameters for compliance and how best to engage in the process to shape pending regulations.
The Better Process Control School Acidified Foods course of The Wilbur A. Gould Food Industries Center is an FDA, USDA, and FSIS required course for processors of acidified foods. This course is designed for anyone in the food industry that is involved with processing shelf stable foods in glass containers and closure evaluation. This can include acidified food processors, operating supervisors, and food plant personnel.
The Food and Airborne Fungi and Mycotoxins Short Course is designed to introduce participants to a basic understanding of molds, yeasts, and mycotoxins that may occur in foods and in processing environments.
The Better Process Control School (BPCS) of The Ohio State University Wilbur A. Gould Food Industries Center is an FDA, USDA, and FSIS required course for processors of low-acid or acidified foods. BPCS satisfies the training requirements specified in both the FDA and USDA regulations designed to prevent public health problems in low-acid and acidified low-acid canned foods.