Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center
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Events
Tuesday, September 18 – Thursday, September 20, 2018Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center
Fresh-cut Products

Fresh-cut Products Workshop

Through topic-related sessions and demonstrations, this workshop provides an intensive overview of fresh-cut production, processing, packaging, distribution and quality assurance.

The workshop is relevant to all levels of fresh-cut produce industry professionals. Food scientists, food engineers, quality assurance personnel and new product development staff as well as representatives from research institutions, the restaurant and Institutional food industries, and equipment, packaging and ingredient suppliers will all benefit.

Details and registration here.

Monday, December 3 – Friday, December 7, 2018Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center
Seed Business 101: Horticulture

Seed Business 101 focuses on the optimum operations of the five major functional areas of a seed company: Plant Breeding Research, Production, Operations, Sales and Marketing, and Administration.

The course offers a broad understanding of the major aspects of a seed company’s operations and a cross-departmental knowledge of best practices for profitability, including four case studies.

This Seed Business 101 course emphasizes flowers and vegetable crops as examples in the curriculum. Instructors include Maurice Smith, Pieter Vandenberg, and John Sorenson.

Course information and registration here.

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