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It's Time to Celebrate
Who will claim a spot in the Winner’s Circle? Close out the RCA Conference at the Thoroughbred Awards Reception and Gala to celebrate excellence in the food product development industry. Join us on Friday, March 15 in Louisville to help honor and celebrate fellow members and industry leaders.
New this year! See the nominees of the all-new Outstanding Achievement Awards, which recognize product developers in retail and food service as well as educators in the area of Culinology®.
Baking theory and ingredient function instruction + opportunity to practice baking methods and techniques = one workshop you just can’t miss.
Join fellow RCA members for the five-day, hands-on Baking Arts Fundamentals Workshop for Food Technologists in Bentonville, Arkansas, March 18-22. As a bonus, you’ll even learn candy making and meat curing.
Take advantage of the $200 discount you receive as an RCA member!
"There is an emerging and quickly growing category of adult-centric refreshments in the United States dubbed 'new school alcohol,' said Brent Coons, director of natural insights, Spins, Chicago. These are single-serve, portable and often 'better-for-you' alcoholic beverages that go beyond craft beer and artisan wine. Many make such label claims as less sugar, gluten-free and lower calories. Hard kombucha is one such new school alcohol.
This new concept in microbrew is based on kombucha, a fermented tea drink. In the past few years, kombucha has gone mainstream, with many retailers often stocking multiple brands of the perishable beverage."
The Research Chefs Association (RCA) is pleased to share that it is evolving its content strategy in 2021 and beyond. This decision comes at a time when the association is seeking to digitally transfo...