In module 15, we will look at a broad array of non-dairy ingredients that, when added to milk, help us make delicious and safe dairy products like yogurt, ice cream, cheese and more!
Understanding the supply chain that our non-dairy ingredients experience before we receive them is critical to our handling and using them in a manner to make our dairy products both tasty, functional and above all safe. We will look at hazards and controls for these added ingredients.
After successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
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 15 is part of the following themed tracks:
Dairy Quality Certificate (consists of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 15, 16)
This series/track includes course introduction, Dairy Chemistry, Dairy Microbiology, Pasteurization technologies, Sanitation, Supply Chain Management and Quality Systems. The intended audience for this track includes existing and new or aspiring members a plant’s Quality Department.
Dairy Food Safety Certificate (consists of 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.