POSTHARVEST TECHNOLOGY CENTER
A SPECIAL REQUEST!
Please take a moment and write a note to advocate for our "Produce Quality Cooperative Extension Specialist" position at this webpage. The comment period for these highly competitive positions ends July 21, 2014.
|Produce Professional Certificate
The Postharvest Technology Center is pleased to introduce the Produce Professional Certificate Program. This first-of-its-kind certificate offers a combination of in-person and online educational components in an a-la-carte system that allows participants to focus on areas of interest. Quizzes must be passed for each component, with a minimum of 120 points earned within the 4-year timeline. To learn more about this exciting program visit the web page.
Short Courses & Workshops
September 23-25, 2014 Fresh-cut Products: Maintaining Quality & Safety Workshop. Enrollments are now open!
November 4-6, 2014 Produce Safety: A Science-based Framework Workshop. Enrollments will open Spring of 2014.
March 17-18, 2015 Fruit Ripening & Retail Handling Workshop. Enrollments will open Winter of 2014.
Through the end of July we are offering a 25% discount on our comprehensive Fresh-cut Products: Maintaining Quality & Safety Workshop Materials. Included are a 473 page binder, 3 separately bound publications, and a flash drive containing PDF files of all the binder contents. Topics include fresh-cut industry marketing & regulations, quality factors, fresh-cut product biology and much more. Link here to learn more about this publication, including a complete table of contents.
We invite you to order a copy for your library today. U.S. addresses only please use our online store, and international addresses please use our printed order form and use the code “FC25%” to receive the discount.
For a complete listing of all our publications, visit our bookstore.
Catching our breath after the Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops Short Course, and hope all our participants got home OK!
Posted 13 days ago
Link to the interactive Refrigerated Warehouse Energy Tool developed by Paul Singh, Ph.D.