SFA Boosts Member Value with Free Quality & Innovation Management Course

5-Day Technical Workshop Free Entry for SFA Members for First Time

July 23, 2014

SFA boosts member value with free quality_7.23.14.jpgQuality & Innovation Management (QIM) is a five-day course ideal for snack manufacturing professionals. Designed to give attendees the tools to enhance the quality of their products, QIM will discuss the latest technologies, innovations, instruments and best practices to measure and improve snack food quality. The program will also cover the basic principles of how snacks are manufactured, from raw ingredients to finished products. Co-sponsored by the Snack Food Association, The Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT) and The Ohio State University Food Industries Center (FIC) – QIM combines classroom lectures from leading experts and innovators in the snack food industry with practical lab work in the FIC’s Pilot Plant. The program also features a guided tour of Jones Potato Chip Company’s manufacturing facility. 

Course seats are highly limited - CLICK HERE for more information and to register.


To learn more about SFA membership, please contact David Walsh at dwalsh@sfa.org

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