- Photo: Lester Shepherd, USDA
K-State will offer a three-day course on HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) October 15 through 17 at the Olathe campus. The course will specifically apply to meat and poultry processors, as well as to any food processors that need a HACCP plan. A HACCP plan is a regulatory requirement for processors of meat and poultry, juice, seafood, and some vacuum-packaged foods. The course is scheduled to be repeated in Columbia, Mo., in late March 2015 and in Manhattan the following June.
Course registration and more information available here.