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Study reveals FAPC’s 10-year economic impact

A study conducted by the Food & Agricultural Products Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University shows the center has had significant economic impact in the state of Oklahoma.

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FAPC changes name to Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center

The Oklahoma Food and Agricultural Products Research and Technology Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University has been renamed the Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center.

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FAPC students win top senior awards

Student employees at the Food & Agricultural Products Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University recently won top honors among university seniors. The outstanding senior in the department of animal science and the outstanding senior in the department of agricultural education, communications and leadership both are employed at the FAPC.

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FAPC employees win Gamma Sigma Delta awards

Two employees from the Food & Agricultural Products Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University recently won awards of merit from Gamma Sigma Delta.

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FAPC event brings food industry issues to the forefront

The Food & Agricultural Products Center on the Oklahoma State University campus recently held the second annual Charles B. Browning Lectureship Series at the FAPC to discuss issues related to the food industry in Oklahoma.

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FAPC receives food safety award

The Food & Agricultural Products Center on the Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater, Okla. received an outstanding service award in the area of food safety.

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FAPC students receive scholarships

Two students who work at the Food & Agricultural Products Center, located on the Oklahoma State University campus, recently received scholarships from the National Dairy Promotion and Research Board.

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FAPC donates bubble wrap to Blue Star Mothers

The Food & Agricultural Products Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University recently took part in donating more than a half-mile of bubble wrap to the Department of Oklahoma Blue Star Mothers of America.

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FAPC hosts second annual Media Day

The Food & Agricultural Products Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University recently hosted its second annual Media Day, “Making Headlines: Media Meets FAPC 2006.”

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FAPC Industry Advisory Committee Announces New Officers

Aug 25, 2006

The Industry Advisory Committee of the Food & Agricultural Products Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University met recently at the FAPC to discuss food and agricultural issues and elect new officers.

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FAPC Industry Advisory Committee holds fall meeting

The Industry Advisory Committee of the Food & Agricultural Products Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University met recently at the FAPC to discuss food and agricultural issues and elect new officers.

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FAPC specialists attend AAMP Convention

The Food & Agricultural Products Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University was represented at the 67th American Convention of Meat Processors that was held recently at the Town & Country Resort and Convention Center in San Diego, Calif.

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A sweet idea: Converting sweet sorghum into ethanol

Between dependence on foreign oil and the need to become more environmentally conscious, the United States is looking at domestic agriculture products for energy alternatives.

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Park discusses obesity during FAPC Research Symposium

The Food & Agricultural Products Center and the Institute of Food Technologists-Oklahoma Section recently hosted a research symposium in conjunction with Oklahoma State University Research Week.

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FAPC hosts symposium to highlight food research

The Food & Agricultural Products Center and the Institute of Food Technologists-Oklahoma Section recently hosted a research symposium in conjunction with Oklahoma State University Research Week.

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Thanksgiving food safety tips from the FAPC

Thanksgiving will be here soon, and many Oklahomans will be preparing Thanksgiving meals for their families and friends. Thanksgiving is usually a joyous occasion; however, if the meal is not properly prepared, it could be a source of foodborne disease and result in a distressing time.

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FAPC holds Media Day

The Food & Agricultural Products Center, located on the Oklahoma State University campus, recently held its first Media Day, “Making Headlines: Media Meets FAPC 2005.”

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FAPC clients assist Hurricane Katrina victims

Oklahoma citizens know, first hand, the importance of helping each other in times of need, and Oklahoma companies understand that value, as well.

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New members appointed to FAPC Industry Advisory Committee

Two new members have been appointed to the Industry Advisory Committee of the Food & Agricultural Products Center on the Oklahoma State University campus.

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Oklahoma Higher Education Chancellor visits FAPC

The Food & Agricultural Products Center on the Oklahoma State University campus welcomed the Chancellor of the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education as a visitor to the center.

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Bar-S donates added technology to FAPC

Aug 25, 2005

Made in Oklahoma is more than a phrase heard on commercials or seen in the grocery stores; it’s the lifeblood for the state. The agricultural industry in Oklahoma is about technology, and companies with value-added products have continued to bring about prosperity and add jobs to Oklahoma towns and communities.

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FAPC wins first place in public relations competition

The Food & Agricultural Products Center at Oklahoma State University received first place in the special publications category in the annual competition of the Oklahoma College Public Relations Association.

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FAPC client creates all-natural liquid soap

Carol Grier of Udder Farms Cream of the Crop Co. in Yale, Okla. has always believed in using all natural, agricultural-based ingredients to make her products, and now she has now developed an organic, liquid soap with the promise of many uses.

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Udder Farms Creates New, Natural Baaath Line

Carol and Max Grier, owners of Udder Farms Cream of the Crop Co. in Yale, Okla., have strived to be innovators in bringing Oklahoma agricultural products into the limelight. Now the ‘Made in Oklahoma’ fever of the Griers has expanded to a new line of natural, agricultural based Baaath products.

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OSU Students Create a Food Product That Is Out of This World

The Food Science Club at Oklahoma State University won first place in the 2005 NASA Food Technology Commercial Space Center Product Development Competition.

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