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Registration Open for AFIA/KSU HACCP Short Course

Program will focus on providing participants with the necessary preventative methods and principles to ensure food safety

The American Feed Industry Association in partnership with the International Grains Program Institute at Kansas State University and the National Grain and Feed Association will offer a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points course Oct. 13-16, 2014, at the IGP Institute Conference Center in Manhattan, Kan. The program will focus on providing participants with the necessary preventative methods and principles to ensure food safety.

The course, "Establishing a HACCP Program for the Feed Industry," is designed for all individuals within the feed industry, but particularly pertains to feed mill managers, quality assurance personnel and ingredient suppliers. During the course, participants will become familiar with the feed industry regulations and learn how to execute an effective HACCP plan through a seven-step process.

Carlos Campabadal, IGP Institute feed manufacturing program specialist and course manager, will conduct the course. Course participation is limited and seats are reserved on a first come, first served basis. Click here to register for the HACCP program.

AFIA has partnered with KSU since 1976 to host short courses pertaining to the feed industry. The courses are taught by a diverse blend of individuals from KSU and within the feed and allied industries and provide in-depth trainings on all aspects related to feed manufacturing.

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