It’s less than three months until The International Dairy Show takes place in Chicago, my home town. And do I have a show planned for you!
The Daily Dose of Dairy will be live—every day--from the show floor at the iDairyShow Theater. If you cannot attend a session, need not fear, each session’s sponsor is making it possible for the slide show to be available on BerryOnDairy.com for later viewing.
Each presentation will feature 10 to 20 of the most innovative products in a specific dairy products category, including products never before featured as a Daily Dose of Dairy. Each day will be a different product category. Sessions will end with a Q&A.
Here’s the schedule.
Innovations in Refrigerated and Frozen Dairy Desserts
Sunday, November 3, 1:00 to 1:30pm
Innovations in Yogurt and Cultured Dairy Foods—Sponsored by DSM
Monday, November 4, 1:00 to 1:30pm
Innovations in Cheese and Butter
Tuesday, November 5, 1:00 to 1:30pm
Innovations in Milk and Other Dairy Beverages
Wednesday, November 6, 10:30 to 11:00pm
You also will not want to miss the keynote presentation: Insights on America’s Eating Patterns.
Other educational sessions at the International Dairy Show will include hot topics such as:
- Trends in sweeteners
- Nutrition updates
- Mobile marketing sustainability
- Operating small fleets
- Natural gas fueling stations
- International opportunities
- Government contracting
- And more!
The 2013 International Dairy Show to host the 92nd Annual Collegiate Dairy Products Evaluation Contest in Chicago
The Collegiate Dairy Products Evaluation Contest 2013 will be held November 3 to 4, in conjunction with the International Dairy Show. This unique two-day contest will bring the brightest and best dairy food technology students from around the country for a competition testing the quality of their sensory skills and a chance to network with industry personnel across the food, dairy and beverage industry.
Holding the contest with the International Dairy Show offers the blending of the most knowledgeable college students with real industry challenges, making for an excellent learning experience. After the two-day contest, the judging area will be transformed into a lounge for contest sponsors and alumni.
This year, the Collegiate Dairy Products Evaluation Contest Board of Directors will offer travel stipends to all teams in the contest. To learn more about this unique competition, or to enter the contest, visit HERE.
See you soon!
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