MINNEAPOLIS — The Northern Crops Institute’s NCI-INTSOY Course will be held on August 20-25, 2018. This course is designed to teach practical processing methods and innovative applications of soybean ingredients in meat, beverages, baking, snacks, traditional soy foods and animal feed products.
You are invited to register and attend the NCI-INTSOY Course that will take place from Monday, August 20 to Saturday, August 25, 2018. Participants will begin the week long course in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They will travel through farm country and visit various facilities in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS: Monday, July 16, 2018.
Participants of the course will gain hands-on experience and practical knowledge of soybeans.
The NCI-INTSOY Course is best suited for research and product development personnel; technologists and engineers; marketing and sales staff; equipment manufacturers; food and feed production directors and plant managers; humanitarian groups; and academic and state officials.
NCI-INTSOY COURSE HIGHLIGHTS
At this course, you will:
- taste test new innovative foods that include soy.
- go on various tours to gain product information and valuable insight and perspectives about soy.
- enjoy soy-related field trips and industry sponsored events.
- have hands-on training and attend relevant product demonstrations that will provide the opportunity for participants to learn and experiment with soy.
“NCI-INTSOY deepened my understanding of soy products for food and feed, especially on protein content in each soy product such as soy protein isolate, soy concentrate and soy flour. It was a good experience for me to make products that will improve markets and promote nutritional foods in Cambodia.”
— Mil Mean, general manager, So! Nutritious (Cambodia)
“It (NCI-INTSOY) is a phenomenal program that I think a lot of companies and entrepreneurs and lot of people in emerging markets should try to access. It is an excellent partnership, and we give thanks to WISHH for this opportunity.”
— Samuel Adu Ntim, CEO, YEDENT Agro Group of Companies Ltd. (Ghana)
Enroll early. All courses are contingent upon sufficient enrollment numbers.
EARLY BIRD Registration Fee: $1100.00
About Northern Crops Institute
Northern Crops Institute (NCI) supports regional agriculture and value-added processing by conducting educational and technical programs that expand and maintain domestic and international markets for northern-grown crops. NCI is funded by the states of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota and commodity groups in those states and Montana.
— Northern Crops Institute