Dunkirk – Hosts a workshop on Fredonia Technology Collector “Food for Success” Wednesday, July 28 at 1pm to 1pm at Cornell University with Cornell Food Partnership Center Shannon Prosler.
The one-hour introductory workshop teaches food-related entrepreneurs the basics of food microbiology, techniques and controls to create a product that can be safely sold in the market. The workshop will be held through Zoom. To register, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/recipe-for-success-tickets-161904453579. For more information call the Inquirer at 680-6009 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prosler holds a bachelor’s degree in public health from Brooke State University. She began her career in the food industry as a one-year-old food director at Headwater Food Hub in Ontario, New York, as well as coordinating partners serving as food security and supply chain manager. 30 farmers and producers across the Finger Lakes region. Linn Since 2015, Projeler has been working with food companies and entrepreneurs at the Cornell Agritek Cornel Food Venture Center in Geneva. The process authority, which is accredited by state and federal regulatory agencies, provides advice, training, production and process analysis, and certifies the technical feasibility and safety of new food products entering the market. Proseler Juice, Meat and Sea HHCCC Programs, SQF Safety and Quality Systems, FSMA Product Safety Alliance Trainer and Supervisor Protection for Eligible Individuals. She is currently studying for a master’s degree in public health at Cornell University.
Fredonia Technology Incubator is an economic development program at Fredonia State University. It works with external partners to support innovative companies into successful business innovations and to promote economic growth. The host provides administrative and business services, consulting, networking, professional counseling, and educational opportunities such as workshops. And finding capital and building a ready environment. For more information on Fredonia Technology Incubator, visit their website at fredonia.edu/incubator, Twitter @ Tech – Incubator, or Instagram @fredtechincbtr. Copies of previous professional workshops are also available online at youtube.com/use/Techincubator214.