Innovative Beef Symposium
The 2010 Innovative Beef Symposium is an exciting new meeting designed for anyone in the food industry that educates, processes, sells and prepares beef. This includes beef producers, processors (R&D, operations), foodservice operators and executive chefs, retail meat buyers, equipment suppliers and academicians. Attendees will not only leave with valuable information on new value-added cuts, but also how to fabricate, merchandise and menu them.
Pre-Symposium sessions will also be offered and will occur on Aug. 25 from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The general session begins at 1 p.m. and concludes on Aug. 26 at noon. The location for the Symposium is at the Warwick Hotel located on Capitol Hill in Denver, within minutes of the State Capitol building, Coors Field, the Sixteenth Street outdoor mall and a variety of boutique restaurants.
The Symposium sessions will be interactive and led by those who conducted the work so you can hear it firsthand. On the evening of the 25th, there will be a tasting reception outdoors where you can try new beef cuts in a variety of applications while enjoying a summer evening in Colorado. The Symposium will wrap up on the second day with a look at the beef industry, consumer trends and marketing the new cuts in both retail and food service.
Registration is now open. Hurry, seating is limited! For more information, visit Innovative Beef Symposium.