Presentation on theme: "Processing and Marketing Soybeans for Meat, Dairy and Baking Applications A unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience and practical knowledge about."— Presentation transcript:
Processing and Marketing Soybeans for Meat, Dairy and Baking Applications A unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience and practical knowledge about soybeans June 6 – 11, 2010
2009 Course Highlights 30 presentations from industry leaders Over 25 new and innovative soy food samplings Hot topics and trends: –Food Systems for Mars Mission in 2018 –Aquaculture –Organics –Packaging –Pricing –Consumer Behavior
Join Us for the 2010 Short Course June 6 – 11, 2010 University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign
Features of INTSOY Short Course Held annually at the National Soybean Research Laboratory, a premiere soybean research facility, at the world-renowned University of Illinois campus This five day course involves active participation and hands-on training experiences processing soybeans for soymilk, soy flour, soy ice cream and TVP. The course is designed for technical, plant management, marketing, quality control, and research personnel interested in promoting private sector expansion of soybean foods in the international market. Participants received extensive training in soybean processing and utilization.
Benefits of Attending INTSOY Short Course Networking opportunities with soybean experts. Presentations by leaders in the soybean industry. Practical information about extrusion, texturizing and dairy analogs. Valuable lectures by faculty and staff at the University of Illinois Representation by ISA, ASAIM, USSEC
Advantages of participating in INTSOY Short Course Participants taste test new and innovative food that include soy. Soy processing companies provide on-site tours, product information and valuable insight and perspectives Soy-related field trips and industry sponsored events Hands-on training and relevant product demonstrations provide the opportunity for participants to learn and experiment
Testimonials from past participants INTSOY is a tremendous program. The opportunity to network with industry leaders and soybean experts was extremely valuable. Nishith Kumar Patel I am on my way back to Singapore and just want to thank you for the wonderful time discussing "SOY. I appreciate the chance to build a vast vast soy network that spans the globe. David Cheng Outstanding group of extra ordinary people from all over this globe. It was a phenomenal experience. Ben Koliyah Israel
International participation from a broad range of professions and backgrounds CEOs Researchers Managers and supervisors Food scientists & nutrition specialists Industrial processors Equipment manufacturers Marketing and product development personnel Business entrepreneurs Academicians Private voluntary organizations and humanitarian groups desiring to further nutrition or small business development for clients.
Industry Leaders Share Their Insights Informative and Educational Presentations about: agriculture production (planting, harvest and storage) transportation sales chemistry of soy marketing trends developing a soy company using soy in your product line quality control cooking with soy health and commodities import/export and grain trading
Participants gain knowledge about various soy topics Soymilk production Soy processing Soy sales and marketing Agricultural production Health benefits Incorporating soy into existing product lines Non-food application New and innovative technologies Finding new uses for soy
Summary of INTSOY 2010: This course provides a thorough knowledge of the soy agriculture/industrial complex It offers an excellent basis for understanding the nature and characteristics of soybean processing Information on the integral operations of soy-related companies Outstanding networking opportunity Informative and interactive presentations and discussions Enlightens participants about the latest technological applications
We hope youll be pictured in the Class of 2010!
Email: email@example.com Website: intsoy.nsrl.uiuc.edu General Information: 217-244-1706 For more information on INTSOY 2010: Thank you Karl Weingartner