Friday, August 10, 2018

Small Scale Food Entrepreneurship: Cornell's Technical Guide for Food Ventures

From the Cornell Food Venture Center:

The Cornell Food Venture Center provides assistance to validate safety and stability of food products entering the marketplace including:

-Lab Analysis for pH, water activity, and Brix of food and beverage products
-Process Authority approval and Scheduled Process: Product Review, Documentation, and Process Validation
-Resources for Nutrition Analysis, Co-packers, Packaging Suppliers, Shelf-Life Studies, and More!
-Regulatory Compliance: Registration and Licensing with State and FDA agencies
-Small Scale Food Entrepreneurship: A Technical Guide for Food Ventures
-Better Process Control School: Necessary certification for Acidified and Low Acid Food manufacturers.
-Food Science 101
-Presentations and workshops: Interested? Contact Shannon Prozeller

The Cornell dropbox link includes everything you will need to work with the university, register with the State and FDA, information on Small Scale Food Production and more.

Services such as process approval and filing, laboratory work and use of pilot plant facility are available on a fee-for-service basis. Prices vary depending on whether your business is registered in NY or outside NY.

NYS Food Venture Center/NECFE
Cornell University/NYSAES
630 W. North Street
Geneva, NY 14456
(315) 787-2273

Information for this post provided by advisor Glamis Haro, in response to a colleague's queestion about tsting dog treats, so the testing isn't limited to human food.





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