BROWSE ALL ARTICLES BY TOPIC

Articles by Section - Industry Resource

Listing articles 51 to 60 of 442

Event: Making Sense of the Numbers: Statistics for Food Scientists (New Brunswick, N.J.)

This one-day intensive refresher course is led by one of the food industry's most experienced statistical specialists who knows the delicate art and science of mixing food and numbers.

Event: Sensory Evaluation at Rutgers (New Brunswick, N.J.)

In this program, you will examine the pros and cons of different sensory tests, set up testing procedures, and evaluate real products.

Event: Introduction to Food Science at Rutgers (New Brunswick, N.J.)

Working with some of the highly regarded instructors in industry and universities, you will move through the key points of food chemistry, lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, color, sensory, nutrition, and finally microbiology.

Event: The Food & Beverage Marketing & Advertising Law Summit (Chicago, Ill.)

Expert strategies for preventing food court litigation and regulatory enforcement targeting marketing and advertising claims while appealing to highly conscious consumers in a competitive environment.

Event: Internal and External GFSI Audits Workshop (Orlando, Fl.)

Provide and improve the knowledge, skills, and abilities required by GFSI auditors, Food Industry professionals, and internal auditors on all GFSI Standards.

Event: Food Safety & Sanitation for Food Manufacturers (University Park, Penn.)

A comprehensive 2 1/2 day program on the essentials of sanitation in food processing plants. This educational opportunity is offered for those who are developing in-house food safety program and want to upgrade.

Event: Artisan/Farmstead Food Safety Workshop (Kansas City, Mo.)

As artisan cheeses continue to gain popularity among consumers, there is a growing demand for distribution including farmer’s markets, retail, and foodservice outlets. The distinct nature of artisan and farmstead cheesemaking creates unique food safety practices and protocol that must be followed. Workshop will feature best practices for pathogen control and provide training to attendees on areas such as GMPs, preventative controls, sanitation, microbial controls, and testing.

Event: Artisan/Farmstead Food Safety Workshop (Ithaca, N.Y.)

As artisan cheeses continue to gain popularity among consumers, there is a growing demand for distribution including farmer’s markets, retail, and foodservice outlets. The distinct nature of artisan and farmstead cheesemaking creates unique food safety practices and protocol that must be followed. Workshop will feature best practices for pathogen control and provide training to attendees on areas such as GMPs, preventative controls, sanitation, microbial controls, and testing.

Event: Artisan/Farmstead Food Safety Workshop (E. Lansing, Mich.)

As artisan cheeses continue to gain popularity among consumers, there is a growing demand for distribution including farmer’s markets, retail, and foodservice outlets. The distinct nature of artisan and farmstead cheesemaking creates unique food safety practices and protocol that must be followed. Workshop will feature best practices for pathogen control and provide training to attendees on areas such as GMPs, preventative controls, sanitation, microbial controls, and testing.

Event: Artisan/Farmstead Food Safety Workshop (Storrs, Conn.)

As artisan cheeses continue to gain popularity among consumers, there is a growing demand for distribution including farmer’s markets, retail, and foodservice outlets. The distinct nature of artisan and farmstead cheesemaking creates unique food safety practices and protocol that must be followed. Workshop will feature best practices for pathogen control and provide training to attendees on areas such as GMPs, preventative controls, sanitation, microbial controls, and testing.

Pagination

Advertisement

 

Current Issue

Current Issue

October/November 2014

Site Search

Site Navigation

 

Advertisements

 

 

Advertisements