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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 11 - Regulations and Standards for Dairy

In module 11, we will look at the regulatory environment for the dairy industry.

Module 11 Course Overview

Our products and practices must comply with the legal aspects of the regulations and standards to avoid penalties or fines.

We will see an overview of the agencies, regulations, and standards, and will also look at voluntary standards a company may choose to adopt to improve the marketability of their products or the image of their company in the community, nation and world.

Learning Outcomes

After successful completion of this module, you will be able to:

  1. Identify the main governmental and non-governmental agencies involved with establishing regulations and standards for dairy.
  2. Locate standards of identity for dairy products both nationally and globally.
  3. Understand where standards for grade for various dairy products may be found and how they are established and applied.
  4. Locate standards for various identity preserved products such as organic and other.
  5. Understand that exporting products requires knowledge of the receiving countries regulations and standards as well as our own.

Referred modules:

  • Module 10
  • Module 12
  • Module 16

Themed Tracks

Further certificates using a themed track. If you completed the Basic Cert 1st you would only have to add from 1-4 modules for various add on Certificates. Conversely, if you completed and track-based certificate first you would get credit for 2-5 modules of the basic 12 already completed.

Module 11 is part of the following themed tracks:

Dairy Food Safety Certificate, 1,8,10,11,15 This series/track includes course/dairy introduction, GMPs Food Safety Systems, and Culture, Regulatory Environment for Dairy, and Supply Chain Management (Could add module 4 for detail on pasteurization process. The intended audience for this track includes new, existing or aspiring members of the plant’s Food Safety or HACCP teams. This track could also appeal to new and existing regulatory personnel and 3rd party auditors seeking to expand their qualifications to include the dairy industry.

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All Dairy Certificate Modules

Dairy Online Certificate: Module 1 - Introduction to Dairy Production and Processing Industry

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 2 - Dairy Chemistry and Physics

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 3 - Dairy Microbiology

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 4 - Fluid Milk I

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 5 - Fluid Milk II

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 6 - Common Dairy Equipment

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 7 - Packaging

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 8 - Current Good Manufacturing Practices

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 9 - Cleaning and Sanitation

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 10 - Food Safety Systems and Culture

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 11 - Regulations and Standards for Dairy

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 12 - Sustainable Dairy Processing

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 13 - Membrane Filtration Process

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 14 - Concentration, Evaporation, Drying

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 15 - Supply Chain Management for Non-Dairy Ingredients

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 16 - Quality Systems and Finished Product Quality

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 17 - Basic Cheese Making

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 18 - Specialty Cheese Making

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 19 - Grade A Cultured Dairy Products

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 20 - Dried Dairy Products I (Milk and Whey Powders)

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 21 - Dried Dairy Products II (WPC, WPI, Lactoferrin, Casein)

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 22 - Ice Cream

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Dairy Online Certificate: Module 23 - Cream and Butter

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Instructors

Sheri Cole
Sheri Cole is assistant professor, dairy extension and sustainable food manufacturing, Oregon State University. She's a highly accomplished R&D, Food Safety and Quality executive with extensive Fortune 500 business and technical experience. She's passionate about food and how to integrate innovative ideas from the culinary world into the retail food space. 
Marc Bates
Lead Instructor for Preventive Controls for Human food.
Prior- In the last 50 years I have always worked in, at or for a company that makes cheese. Food Safety auditor/consultant work during the past 17 years as well.
Zeynep Atamer
Zeynep Atamer is an Extension Dairy Processing Specialist.

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