The Food Processing Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will present an Extrusion Workshop specifically designed for the food and petfood industries, October 15-17.
The three-day, hands-on workshop will provide an introduction to extrusion theory and techniques with lectures and pilot plant exercises that emphasize real-world product development for the food and petfood industries. Experts from extrusion equipment manufacturer Wenger along with University of Nebraska faculty and staff will present workshops on extrusion.
Early registration for the event is encouraged. Further information is available online or by contacting Jill Gifford at the Food Processing Center at +1.402.472.2819 or email@example.com.
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