JBT has announced the launch of its first Better Process Control School for Latin America, developed to enable quality, R&D and plant technicians to obtain vital FDA-approved certification for exporting processed food and beverages to the US market.
Providing essential training for any processor wishing to export low-acid foods to the US, the Mexico-based school is the first of its kind to be inaugurated in Latin America and will help companies from Mexico to Colombia to gain all-important certification for their employees.
“Latin American companies need to have this certification if they want to export to the US market,” explains Liquid Foods’ Regional Technical Manager, Narsi R. Ponagandla.
“For the first time in the Mexico, Caribbean and Central America region, JBT is offering this essential course in Mexico, and will be bringing along experts in canning and preservation products from our Madera, California facility,” he says.
“This certification will open doors in the US market for customers in Mexico and nearby countries.”
Taught in Spanish, the course will provide USDA and FDA-required training for plant operators, technicians and R&D personnel in thermal process control, acidification and container closure evaluation delivered by experts in their field.
Held once a year, registration is still open for the limited-space five-day course takes place at JBT’s facility in San Andrés Cholula, Puebla from 12-16 March.
To reserve a place, contact JBT’s Daniela Marquez at firstname.lastname@example.org