Food processing extension and research programs at the Washington State University are designed to assist the food processors of all types and sizes in the State of Washington, the Pacific Northwest region and the Nation.
Food processing is a combination of various sciences such as engineering, chemistry, microbiology and others. The principles of food processing involves the conversion of the agricultural raw materials into value added products for the consumers.
Our program at Washington State University is focused on assisting the value added producers in their product and process development. This includes various training programs and technical services.
- The Produce Rule is now final and available for download here.
- The Preventive Controls for Human Food rule and Preventive Controls for Animal Food rule are now final and available for download here.
- 2016 Intermountain Section of IFT Symposium, May 18-20, in Sun Valley, Idaho, click here to register.
- Puffed Snack Research with Fiber
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