Register to learn about near Infrared (NIR) theory for petfood production and strategies for using data analytics for feedback loops.
Pet industry professionals, pet food manufacturers, and quality control experts will gain valuable insights and practical guidance on how to effectively implement process control strategies to enhance production efficiency and product consistency simultaneously. Process control is essential in the pet food industry to ensure consistent product quality, safety, and regulatory compliance. This webinar will explore four key learning points that are critical for successful process control implementation.
In this exclusive webinar, Dr. Nate Stebbins, an analytical food chemist, and application scientist, tec5USA, will provide insights into scientific process control to improve petfood operations using online near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy for real-time quantification of protein, moisture, fat, fiber, ash and more.
This webinar will broadcast at 10:00 AM CDT (Chicago) / 4:00 PM BST (London) / 11:00 PM CST (Beijing).
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
1. Near Infrared (NIR) theory for petfood production.
2. Online spectroscopy = Laboratory data without the lab.
3. Understand the importance of process control and identify critical control points (CCPs).
4. Strategies for using data analytics for feedback loops.
This webinar is sponsored by tec5USA and presented by Petfood Industry.
Dr. Nate Stebbins, an analytical food chemist, and application scientist, tec5USA
Dr. Nate Stebbins is an analytical food chemist with over a decade of experience analyzing a wide range of food products for quality, nutritional, and food safety parameters. After completing a Master's degree in biochemistry and Ph.D. in food science, Nate worked for Tyson Foods managing the corporate chemistry department analyzing food and feed products as well as designing novel methodologies to extract and quantify veterinary drug residues, protein and lipid oxidation products, and proximate components. Nate is now an application scientist with tec5USA specializing in measuring quality and nutritional parameters using process spectroscopy. He envisions the future of food measurement without laboratory technicians and simply measuring product online, during production without any sample preparation. His life goal is to improve the food production ecosystem through technology.