International research has highlighted that having a “clean label” is not a trend, it’s become the “new norm”, with many consumers willing to pay more for food & drink products made with ingredients they recognise and trust. Understanding “clean labels” has become more important than ever.
DIAA WA Branch is holding a professional workshop with a number of industry speakers, who will cover topics including understanding probiotic cultures (Ch. Hansen), native starches (Tate & Lyle) and natural flavours (Magnum Essence), along with several others.
Date: Friday 27th March, 2020 (day before the annual Awards Dinner)
Cost: Just $5 for DIAA members and $10 for non-members.
If you have questions about the course, contact Marina Shufrin on 0437 203 615.
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Brownes Dairy Cafe (See Map)
22 Geddes Street Balcatta, WA