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When is this course offered again? Is this all in class or can it be online as well?
Hi Gianna, We’re planning to offer this again in the fall. Currently, we do not offer this program online. Let me know if you’re interested in getting information when it launches again!
[…] PCC Getting Your Recipe to Market : In an intensive 14 weeks, this program will help you make your culinary idea commercial ready, with food industry experts that will take you step by step to produce, promote, and sell your product. […]
Hi, looks like I just missed the program start date. Will there be another one in the fall, or when will the next oppurtunity come up? It sounds like a really great program!
The next program will launch in September 2015. If you’re interested in enrolling, email email@example.com to get more information. Thanks!
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[…] vendors are graduates of the 14-week Getting Your Recipe to Market course, taught in part by OSU’s Sarah Masoni, the center’s product development manager. In the […]
Will you ever offer this program in Roseburg? Or a combination of online and in Roseburg?
Unfortunately, we have no plans to expand the program to Roseburg or to an online version.
Kristen (Client Services Manager)
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