The Food Processing Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln provides the National Food Entrepreneur Program, which is specifically designed to assist individuals who want to start a food business. The program consists of two phases: The first phase is the “Recipe to Reality” seminar, which helps attendees understand how the food industry works, the challenges they will encounter and the decisions they should make before starting a business. Following the seminar, attendees may choose to enter the second phase, “Product to Profit.” During this phase, attendees receive individualized assistance through all the steps of starting their food business. “Recipe to Reality” seminars are offered throughout the year. The next seminar will be March 31. Pre-registration is required. To register for an upcoming seminar or to receive an information packet, contact Gifford at 402-472-2819 or jgifford1@unl.edu. Details are at http://www.fpc.unl.edu. “The program was started by the Food Processing Center in 1989. Since that time over 2,000 individuals have attended the “Recipe to Reality” seminar,” said Jill Gifford, program manager. “This program is very unique to Nebraska and entrepreneurs from all 50 states participate. The one-day seminar is a valuable decision-making tool for potential startup food companies.” –UNL University Communications | TSLN.com

The Food Processing Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln provides the National Food Entrepreneur Program, which is specifically designed to assist individuals who want to start a food business. The program consists of two phases: The first phase is the “Recipe to Reality” seminar, which helps attendees understand how the food industry works, the challenges they will encounter and the decisions they should make before starting a business. Following the seminar, attendees may choose to enter the second phase, “Product to Profit.” During this phase, attendees receive individualized assistance through all the steps of starting their food business. “Recipe to Reality” seminars are offered throughout the year. The next seminar will be March 31. Pre-registration is required. To register for an upcoming seminar or to receive an information packet, contact Gifford at 402-472-2819 or jgifford1@unl.edu. Details are at http://www.fpc.unl.edu. “The program was started by the Food Processing Center in 1989. Since that time over 2,000 individuals have attended the “Recipe to Reality” seminar,” said Jill Gifford, program manager. “This program is very unique to Nebraska and entrepreneurs from all 50 states participate. The one-day seminar is a valuable decision-making tool for potential startup food companies.” –UNL University Communications

The Food Processing Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln provides the National Food Entrepreneur Program, which is specifically designed to assist individuals who want to start a food business.

The program consists of two phases: The first phase is the "Recipe to Reality" seminar, which helps attendees understand how the food industry works, the challenges they will encounter and the decisions they should make before starting a business. Following the seminar, attendees may choose to enter the second phase, "Product to Profit." During this phase, attendees receive individualized assistance through all the steps of starting their food business.

"Recipe to Reality" seminars are offered throughout the year. The next seminar will be March 31. Pre-registration is required. To register for an upcoming seminar or to receive an information packet, contact Gifford at 402-472-2819 or jgifford1@unl.edu. Details are at http://www.fpc.unl.edu.

"The program was started by the Food Processing Center in 1989. Since that time over 2,000 individuals have attended the "Recipe to Reality" seminar," said Jill Gifford, program manager. "This program is very unique to Nebraska and entrepreneurs from all 50 states participate. The one-day seminar is a valuable decision-making tool for potential startup food companies." F

–UNL University Communications