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Two batches of DOST-FNRI Licensees participated in the Technology Transfer Training on the production of DOST-FNRI-developed Bakery Products: New Enhanced Nutribun (squash, carrot, and sweetpotato) Variants, Nutribunnet, and Nutricocokies at the DOST-FNRI facility on January 23-26 and February 27- March 1, 2024, respectively.

 

The training also involved current licensees who signified their interest in adopting the new technologies. These new technologies were launched during the event dubbed “TAGPUAN: TAGpuan ng Partners na UmAdopt ng Nutritious Food Products” on July 20, 2023.

 

This technology transfer training will help the licensees understand and apply the Food and Drug Administration Administrative (FDA) Order # 153 s.2004, the Revised Guidelines on Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP), product quality control, audits, documentation, warehousing, and distribution, as well as the importance of food safety and potential sources of contamination and hazard.

 

The first batch of trainees included Nutridense Food Manufacturing Corp. of Pangasinan, Delaen Farmers Agriculture Cooperative of Nueva Ecija, Sabuhin Bakery of Batangas, Swisspharma Research Laboratories, Inc. of Laguna, Surio’s Bakeshop of Occidental Mindoro, Esteems Industries and Señor San Jose Franchising Corporation (San Jose Bakeshop) of Cebu, and Glend’s Bakeshop and Catering Services of North Cotabato.

 

On the other hand, the second batch of trainees included Susan’s Bakeshop of Cagayan, Gwen’s Bakeshop and Inang Enyang’s Eleven Forteen Sweet Candies of Bulacan, Allycel General Merchandise of Rizal, Maestra Panaderia of Cavite, RGM326CORP (Gem See’s Cakeshop) of Laguna, Scones and Muffins Bakeshop of Quezon, and Symon Tash Bakeshop & Catering Services of Camarines Sur.

 

The training was facilitated by DOST-FNRI’s technology generators and transfer officers.

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