Join us on Saturday, October 6th at the Shakopee High School for the “Super Food ~Super Power” Nutrition Conference!
We will be holding a Pre-Conference session with Julia Cohen from The Good Acre in Shakopee’s new culinary education kitchen from 7:30am-9:30am. Prepare to learn knife skills, new recipes, and prepare delicious food. Spots will be limited to 30 attendees and will be first come first serve! Attendees will receive 2 CEUs in Key 2.
Nutrition Conference Sessions include:
Brett Knutson, Produce Manger for Upper Lakes Foods-“The Big Picture of Produce” and what it takes to get fresh produce from the grower to the consumer.
Dr. Mary Schmidl, U of M Professor- “Sugar: Is it toxic? YES!” and how sugar affects the body.
Dr. Renee Kroczak, MN Beef Council “Strong Bodies, Smart Brains, Super Behavior”, how nutrient-rich foods and physical activity help all kids be ready-to-succeed with stronger bodies, smarter brains and super behavior at school and home.
Panel of cattle nutritionists to talk about their role in feeding cattle proper nutrients and how the diet has a role in the nutrients of the meat you eat.
Attendees will be receiving 4 CEUs in Key 1.
Date: October 6, 2018
Location: Shakopee High School
100 17th Ave W
Shakopee, MN 55379
7:00am – Skills Camp Registration (pre-registered only)
7:30-9:30am Skills Camp located in the culinary education room Nutrition Conference
9:00-10:00am – Nutrition Conference Registration and Breakfast in cafeteria
10:00am-11:00am- “The Big Picture of Produce” Brett Knutson
11:00am-12:00pm -“Sugar: Is it toxic? YES!” Dr. Mary Schmidl
12:00pm-12:30pm Lunch in Cafeteria
12:30pm-1:30pm – Strong Bodies, Smart Brains, Super Behavior” Dr. Renee Korczak
1:30pm -2:30pm – Beef Council Presentation
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