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Science and Art of Cheese Making Short Course

Penn State University 252 Food Science Building, University Park, PA

Farmstead and artisan dairy processors and others interested in small-scale commercial cheese making, that take this course will gain knowledge of the materials and processes used to make cheese and learn techniques to improve their business. This 4-day course begins … Continue reading

4th Annual Ice Cream Tech Conference

1207 Northwest Naito Parkway Portland, OR 97209 1207 Northwest Naito Parkway Portland, OR 97209, Portland, OR, United States

A two-day short course focused on bench-top formulation and pilot scale production of ice cream, featuring hands-on ice cream formulation. Course fee is $599.00 per person including lunch both days. Early bird tickets with a discount of $100 are available. … Continue reading

$499 – $599

The Dairy Practices Council Annual Conference

Embassy Suites Nashville Airport 10 Century Blvd, Nashville, United States

The 54th Annual Dairy Practices Annual Conference where dairy industry, academic, and regulatory professionals gather to learn dairy food safety best practices from the farm to consumer. An opportunity to expand your network of dairy industry expertise through participation in … Continue reading


Introduction to Dairy Fermentations

University of Guelph, Canada University of Guelph Food Science Department 50 Stone Road East, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Fermentation via lactic acid bacteria is critical to the manufacture of many cheese varieties. It is also one of the more complex and evolving areas of cheese making technology. This 3-week, fully online course is an overview of lactic cultures … Continue reading


Affinage: The Art and Science of Maturing Cheese

Mons Fromager Affineur Ambierle, France

Learn the details of cheese maturing from facilities and equipment requirements, care, the life cycle of rind flora, how make processes relate to affinage, and more. Courses include classroom instruction, daily sensory analysis training for affineurs, and experiential learning including … Continue reading


Coffee, Tea, and Creamers: The Science and Art of Milk in Beverages

Chapman University - Keck Center for Science and Engineering 1 University Dr, Orange, CA 92866, Orange, CA, United States

Chapman University in Collaboration with the CA Dairy Innovation Center Presents: Coffee, Tea, and Creamers: The Science and Art of Milk in Beverages on January 16-17, 2024. Experts will share the tricks and tips of formulating coffee and tea beverages … Continue reading

$75 – $600