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Course Dates: September 11-12, 2024 | Registration opens July 2, 2024
Registration closes: 2 weeks before course’s start date | Course fee: TBD

Course Description
This two-day course covers beverages containing dairy proteins including milk proteins, casein, and whey. Topics range from ingredient formulation and processing to stabilization of neutral and acidic beverages stored at refrigerated or ambient temperature. The course is designed for product developers, processors, and beverage manufacturers interested in using milk proteins or learning more about their functionalities.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn about milk proteins and their unique nutritional value.
  • Review processing and technical challenges in manufacturing beverages at low and high acid levels.
  • Learn about stabilizers, sweeteners, buffer systems, and processing from industry professionals working in beverage manufacturing.

Dr. Daniel Wilbanks - CDR technical course contact
Contact with questions on course content or if this course is right for you.

Heather Cooper - CDR events coordinator
Contact with questions on registration, certificates, or other questions.

Course Instructors: Dr. Daniel Wilbanks | Dr. John Lucey | Industry Partners

Next Dairy Beverage Application Course: TBD registration closes 2 weeks before course start date.

Certificate of Completion
Certificates will be printed and issued in-person on the final day of each course for all in-person courses.

Agenda Outline

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