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The Department of Food Science and Technology at Oregon State University is one of the nation’s oldest established programs. With world-class faculty, research and facilities, we prepare students to be industry leaders.
Our department is a key player in OSU’s drive to build healthy communities, a sustainable planet and a thriving economy.
Learn the Business of Beer Directly from Industry Pros â€“ Onsite in Eugene, Oregon or Via New! Online Course Option
For craft brewers, itâ€™s always been about…
Our Origins of Beer Flavors and Styles workshop is an experiential sensory course that will guide you through the brewing process from raw materials to finished beer. Through…
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Join us for this one-time only special event. Celebrate the flavors and styles of brews from the Pacific Northwest…
What does the supply chain process look like for small food entrepreneurs? If youâ€™re asking, â€œwhat is a supply chain,â€ then this course is exactly what you need.…
Your logo design must display the essential information for your business. It portrays your business that is professional, positive, stable and reliable. Our Recipe to Market: Logo and…
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Negotiating the many phases of a food start-up business can be a daunting task. Learn the steps of applying for a business license, financing networks for food businesses…
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Feb 12, 2016
President Edward J. Ray has announced a new “Student Success Initiative,” calling on the university within four years to make an OSU degree an affordable reality for every qualified Oregonian.… Read full story.
Feb 11, 2016
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