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Dairy Facts 2016
 

Processing Innovations Abound at Inaugural ProFood Tech

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ProFood Tech

Nearly 6,500 attendees with buying power came to Chicago to make the first-ever ProFood Tech a huge success. Held April 4-6 in Chicago, ProFood Tech featured 447 of the world’s top processing suppliers, more than 140,000 net square feet of exhibit floor space and 45 hours of blockbuster educational programming. “ProFood Tech demonstrated the countless growth opportunities that exist for companies willing to employ new technology and techniques to boost production, efficiency and profits. Attendees now have new supplier contacts, inventive ideas and powerful business solutions they can use to meet their needs and goals,” said Michael Dykes, D.V.M., IDFA president and CEO.

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Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop

Oct 3-4, 2017
Saputo Dairy Foods USA, LLC
Dallas, TX


 

The Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop is designed to help dairy processing facilities improve pathogen control practices including PEM, sanitation, and sanitary design. 

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Microbiological Testing: A Hands-On Food Safety Course

Nov 7-9, 2017
Chestnut Labs Education Center
Springfield, MO


The course was developed by IDFA and Chestnut Labs to provide skills and tools for dairy plant professionals with responsibility for ensuring food safety. The lab setting lets participants see how the learning objectives are put into practice, making this a unique education experience.

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Dairy Facts 2016