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WHY IS FOOD TECHNOLOGY TRAINING IMPORTANT?
Food technology training is important because food scientists must comply with industry and government specifications and regulations.  Food technology scientists - depending upon their area of specialization - must also stay up-to-date on the latest advances in R&D, processing techniques, regulatory aspects, labeling, packaging, and formulations.


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As the leader in continuing education and accredited technical training, The Center for Professional Advancement (CfPA) offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date selection of food technology training courses. Online and public courses run one- to five- days in length and include discussions, case studies, and group exercises which are taught by top industry leaders who share their knowledge in an enthusiastic, interactive manner. 


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WHAT IS FOOD TECHNOLOGY?
Food Technology is the application of food science to the selection, preservation, processing, packaging, distribution, and use of safe, nutritious, and wholesome food.

WHAT ARE SOME INGREDIENTS USED IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY?
Gums and hydrocolloids, emulsifiers, flavors, starches, preservatives, and suspensions are some key ingredients used in food technology.

The following highlighted CfPA Courses focus on these such ingredients used in food technology:


WHAT ARE SOME TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES USED IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY?
Emulsion-suspension technology, food extrusion technology, industrial drying, industrial membrane separation technology, microencapsulation, microwave and RT technology, powder mixing technology, starch technology, atomization, sulfonation and sulfation technology and the mixing of liquids and complex materials are key technologies and processes used in food technology.

The following highlighted CfPA Courses focus on these such technologies and processes used in food technology:

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WHAT IS THE FDA DEFINITION OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS?
The FDA definition of dietary supplements is as follows:

The FDA traditionally considered dietary supplements to be composed only of essential nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, and proteins. The Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990 added "herbs, or similar nutritional substances," to the term "dietary supplement." With the passage of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA), Congress expanded the meaning of the term "dietary supplements" beyond essential nutrients to include such substances as ginseng, garlic, fish oils, psyllium, enzymes, glandulars, and mixtures of these.

The provisions of DSHEA established the FDA definition of dietary supplements and dietary ingredients; provided for use of claims and nutritional support statements; outlined guidelines for literature displayed where supplements are sold; established a new framework for assuring safety requiring ingredient and nutrition labeling; and granted FDA the authority to establish good manufacturing practices. 

CfPA offers several regulatory courses focused on the food technology/food safety industry such as:

  • - Learn how to perform a hazard analysis and identify critical control points.  View course summary now.

  • - Learn how to establish critical limits, determine effective CCP monioring procedures and define appropriate corrective actions.   View course summary now.

  • - Learn how to verify and validate HACCP plans and establish record keeping procedures.  View course summary now.


WHEN AND WHERE CAN I GET FOOD TECHNOLOGY TRAINING?

Browse the Food Technology Training Courses listed below. CfPA can also bring any Food Technology Training Course to your location. Please click here for more information about our Client-Site Programs.


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Advanced Aqueous Film Coating
Advanced Tablet Press Operation
Agglomeration I: A Practical Approach to Particle Size Enlargement (First in a two-part series)
Agglomeration II: Tumble Agglomeration Basics (Second in a two-part series)
Agglomeration III: Press & Pressure Agglomeration Basics
Chemical Engineering for Non-Chemical Engineers: Fundamentals
Cooking 101: Chemistry, Science and Application
Crystallization Technology
Desalination Technology Basics 
Design and Troubleshooting of the Granulated Product and Processes
Direct Drying and Dryer Operations
Effective QbD (Quality by Design): A Second Generation Approach 
Elements of Applied Process Engineering
Encapsulation: Basic Techniques and Applications
Enhancing and Defining Analytical Testing Using QbD (Quality by Design)
Evaporation and Evaporators-Part 1
Evaporation and Evaporators-Part 2
Evaporation Technology 
FDA Briefing–October 2011 
Flavors: Their Creation, Definition and Use 
Food Emulsions and Suspensions 
Food Extrusion Technology 
Food Manufacturing Layout and Design
Food Safety and Regulations
Food Supplements, Additives and Herbal Medicines 
Food Traceability: Delivering High Quality and Safe Products to the Consumer 
Global Counterfeiting: Alarming Facts and Defensive Business Strategies 
GMP for Dietary Supplements
GMP For the Food Industry 
Gums and Hydrocolloids
HACCP: A Basic Concept for Food Protection 
History, Theory, and Instrumentation of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
Industrial Application of Optimization
Industrial Drying of Heat Sensitive Materials 
Industrial Mixing and Multiphase Processing Basics 
Managing Multiple Projects Utilizing Lean Manufacturing Techniques
Measurement Uncertainty in Analytical Chemistry 
Microbial Challenge Testing for Foods 
Microencapsulation and Particle Coating 
Microwave and RF Technology 
Microwave Oven Technology 
Mixing Basics: An Introduction to Mixing of Liquids and Complex Fluids for the Process Industries
Mixing of Liquids and Complex Materials
Nutrition, Health & Cosmeceutical Claims: Focus on EU Regulations 
Nutrition, Health & Cosmeceutical Claims: Focus on US Regulations 
Nutritional Supplement Formulation Basics
Optimizing Energy Use in Nuisance Dust Collection Applications 
Paste and High Viscosity Processing
Pharmaceutical Water and the International Regulatory Environment
Pilot Plant and Scale-up Studies 
Pneumatic Conveying for Bulk Solids 
Pneumatic Conveying Theory/Calculations 
Powder Mixing Technology
Preventing Dust Explosions 
REACH: EU’s Chemical Policy Review & Compliance Guide: Five Years Later 
REACH: Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals 
Rheology of Dispersions
Sensory Evaluation
Spray Drying: Practical Design and Operation-Part 1
Spray Drying: Practical Design and Operation-Part 2
Starch: Chemistry, Properties and Applications
Suspensions and Emulsions in Pharmaceuticals and Food
Sweeteners: Development, Choices and Product Utilization 
Unit Operations for the Process Industries
What Engineering Thermoplastic is Right for Your Application? 
Who REALLY Regulates Your Pizza and Is It COOL? 
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