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April 12, 2016
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April Dinner Meeting: Student Recognition Night


Minnesota IFT Section Student Scholarships and Awards
with Phi Tau Sigma ΦTΣ Induction

 

Tour of Betty Crocker Kitchens
Hosted by General Mills, Inc.

 

Topic: “You Are What You Eat”

French epicure Jean Brillat-Savarin famously said—‘Tell me what you eat and I’ll tell you who you are.’ Food, in other words, is a reflection of the person and the culture in which they live. Food is a dynamic and fascinating lens into who we are as a society and who we are as a people. This presentation will explore the links between food and culture and how developing new foods for the marketplace is just as much a science as it is an exercise in understanding how people live.  
 
Presented by Dr. Kevin Ryan
When: Thursday, April 21, 2016
Where: General Mills Main Global Office (1 General Mills Blvd., Golden Valley, MN)
Please follow signs to park in the employee parking lot off Betty Crocker Dr. Proceed to employee entrance, and bring a picture ID to check in with security.
 
4:00 - 5:00 PM Tour Betty Crocker Kitchens
3:30 - 5:00 PM ExComm Meeting
5:00 - 6:00 PM Social Hour
6:00 PM Buffet Opens
6:45 PM Welcome Address from the Section Chair
7:00 PM 2016 Scholarships Announcements & Phi Tau Sigma* Induction Ceremony
7:15 PM Speaker
8:00 PM Announcements and Closing Remarks

Cost
Members and Nonmembers - $35.00
Retiree’s/ Displaced Members - $15.00
Students – FREE
 
Reservations must be made by Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at 5:00 PM. Register Here!

Dr. Tara McHugh receives Macy Award

The Minnesota Section of IFT presented Dr. Tara McHugh with the 2016 Harold Macy Food and Science Technology Award, which recognizes outstanding food technology transfer or cooperation between scientists. Dr. McHugh had the opportunity to present “Innovative Food Processing for Fruits and Vegetables” to the section members and will also receive an honorarium. The award, which was established in 1981, honors Harold Macy, Dean Emeritus of the University of Minnesota and a founding member of IFT.

Dr. McHugh, a professional member of IFT, is a Team Leader at the USDA Western Regional ARS in Albany CA. Her research focuses is on developing innovative food processing technology in conjunction with industry and academia to produce commercially viable new fruit and vegetable products.  Several of her patents have received commercial success.  Of particular interest in the presentation was the use of ultra violet light to increase the Vitamin D levels in mushrooms.  This topic sparked a lot of discussion at the meeting.    

Tom Aurand, Chair of the Macy Award; Tara McHugh, Macy Award winner; Sharon Herzog, Chair of the Minnesota Section of IFT

Minnesota Section of IFT Golf Outing
Registration is Open!

When: Tuesday, May 24th (Registration begins at 11:00 am, Shot-Gun Tee-off at 12:30 pm)
Where: The Links at Norfolk (9333 Alpine Drive NW, Ramsey, MN 55303)
Format: Tournament will be played in Scramble with 4-person teams

Entry Fee:
$475 per Foursome (Green Fees, Cart, Prizes & Social)
$125 per Single (Green Fees, Cart, Prizes & Social)
$20 per Person (Social only - dinner & cash bar)

Register by May 16!
Become a Sponsor!

Help sponsor the MN IFT Golf Outing and be featured at the event by selecting sponsorship during registration. There are 4 different levels of sponsorship, see what fits for your organization.

More questions? Contact Beth Ann Nylander.

New Professionals Networking at Lake Monster Brewing

When: April 26th 6-8 pm
Where: Lake Monster Brewing, Saint Paul, MN
Cost: FREE*
Sign Up: Coming soon, keep an eye on the New Professionals page

*Drink tickets will be provided but please bring cash to tip their wonderful bartenders 

Midwest Food Processors Association, Inc. Presents a Sanitation Seminar


Cleaning and Sanitation in Food Plants: Issues and Answers


The proactive and preventive approach to controlling contamination through cleaning and sanitation is increasingly being recognized as a key factor in food safety management. This full-day seminar will look at the sanitation problems and solutions that are found in today's food plants. MWFPA hosts the Sanitation Seminar on April 21 at the Stoney Creek Hotel, 3060 S. Kinney Coulee Rd., Onalaska, WI.
 
Meet Your MN IFT Executive Committee - Gary Reineccius
Gary Reineccius, Ph.D., is a Professor and past Department Head in the Department of Food Science and Nutrition at the University of Minnesota. He has been actively involved in flavor research for more that 45 years. During this time he has published over 230 research articles. Gary's achievements have been recognized by several local and international organizations including the Stephen S Chang Award by IFT, the Palmer Award by the Minnesota Chromatography Forum, and has been made a Fellow by the American Chemical Society. Gary has been an active IFT member over the years but has been most involved with the MN section beginning in 2008. He served as the MN IFT Chair in 2014-2015 and currently serves on the Executive Board as Past Chair. He has also been a speaker within IFT on several occasions.
Food Facts Answers

1. Malted millk
 
2. Oat cutting machine
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