Clean Label Cakes Growth Hacking Seminar

$75.00$125.00

February 21, 2020

While clean label is one of the biggest trends in the baking industry today, it can to difficult to bake cakes that fit into this category. But it doesn’t have to be! Get the knowledge you need to succeed. In this seminar we’ll cover some of the different trends and options for ingredients. Plus learn about encapsulation technology and shelf life extension.

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Description

Who should attend?

  • QA Supervisors/Managers
  • Technical Support Personnel
  • Research & Development Personnel
  • Anyone problem solving in a bakery production setting

Topics*

  • Trends
    • Clean label
    • Low fat
    • Low sugar
  • Ingredion solutions
    • Clean label
    • Low fat
    • Sugar
  • Encapsulation for cakes
  • Packing/Shelf life solutions

*Schedule subject to changes


 

Dr. Lin Carson, BAKERpedia

Lin Carson, PhD

The inability to get technical questions solved on the internet has led Dr. Lin Carson, CEO of BAKERpedia, to her goal of building the world’s biggest baking encyclopedia. Dr. Carson is a bakery expert and a regular speaker within the commercial baking industry. A graduate of Kansas State University and Ohio State University, Dr. Carson has over 20 years in the baking and food industry, building technical service teams and programs. With past experiences at Wendy’s Int’l and Dave’s Killer Bread, Dr. Carson is now helping commercial bakers across the world streamline their quality processes to minimize waste and increase efficiencies.

 

Sponsored by:

ECD, J&K and Puratos

 

 

Held at the

Wheat Marketing Center

1200 NW Naito Pkwy | Unit 230 | Portland, OR 97209

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How do you want to take this class?

In Person, LIVE Stream

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