Extrusion processing course in India

09-02-2007 | |

A short course titled, “Extrusion Processing: Product Development and Commercialization,” will be held March 21-24 in Hyderabad, India.

The agenda of the short course has been designed by experts from the
Department of Grain Science and Industry at Kansas State University, U.S.,
Wenger Manufacturing, Acharya N.G. Ranga University, United Soybean Export
Council (formerly American Soybean Association), A.P. Foods and other
India-based industries and institutions.

The course is an extension to
the previously conducted short courses on extrusion technology. The main focus
is new product development and financial aspects of setting up an
extrusion-based business. In order to bring first-time participants up to date
with extrusion technology, introductory topics including extrusion and dryer
hardware will be covered on the first day. The programme for the first day will
also provide a thorough review for participants who have attended previous short
courses on extrusion, but registration for the same is optional for these
participants.

The remainder of the short course
will cover in-depth a variety of extrusion products ranging from snacks and
breakfast cereal to pet food and aquatic feed. Recipes for each kind of product
will also be shared with participants. A substantial portion of this short
course will also be devoted to capital costs, financing, government regulations,
and food safety and sanitation issues. Participants will also be provided a
‘”hands-on” demonstration of the capabilities of extrusion technology in a
modern, commercial-scale extrusion-based snack processing
facility.

For more information, contact Assocom-India Pvt. Ltd: Tel:+91.11.26185872,
Fax: 91.11.26185872
Email:
info@assocom-india.com.

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