ESA education course Chips & Snacks 2018

16th-18th Apr 2018. Prague.

Deep dive into the best practices of chips and snacks production. From raw material to formed products.

Elea’s PEF expert for snacks, Robin Ostermeier, and R&D technician Raoul Schöneis will attend the ESA (European Snacks Association) education course 2018 Part 1 to get latest insights in chips and snacks production from industry experts.

Meet them onsite and get impressed by how Elea’s Pulsed Electric Field equipment benefit your chips and snacks processes and products even more.

Some of the agenda TOPs are:

Potato Chips: Raw Materials, Key Back-End Process Elements, Frying, Oils & Oil Management and Optical sorting.

Food Safety: Acrylamide Toolbox

Extruded Snacks: Extrusion Theory, Technology, Die & Cutter Design, Raw Material Choices, Snack Pellets, Hot Air Expansion, Frying, Sheeted Snacks and more.

Get more info and the programme here and here.

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