Corporate Project Services, a division of Wenger Manufacturing, will host a food safety seminar focusing on petfood processing, February 26 through March 1.
A group of industry professionals will share food safety information as it applies directly to each step of the petfood production process, from plant design to sourcing raw materials, production, sanitation and packaging. The seminar, held in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, will consist of classroom instruction as well we practical demonstrations in Wenger's Technical Center Extrusion Lab in Sabetha, Kansas, USA.
Those interested in attending should return the registration form and payment by January 25, 2013, to Tasha Knoblock, Wenger Manufacturing, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call +1.785.284.2133, ext. 434.
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