Annual Meeting Programming
Released October 3, 2022
Cereals & Grains 22: Innovating the Future of Food is just around the corner November 9 - 11 in the cereal and grain hub of Minnesota! President Deirdre Ortiz delves into the new opportunities for stimulating conversations and thought-provoking science at this upcoming annual meeting. As Deirdre mentioned, Advance Rates end October 7, so
register today to save!
Join us to dive into trending topics within the new, interactive format with ample time for discussion, thought-provoking case studies, and expert-led panels. Programming includes:
Thought-Provoking Sessions: engaging programming on a variety of topics from future food safety crises and new baking innovations to regenerating upcycled grains for global sustainability.
Innovation Forum: expert-led case studies followed by bite-sized presentations and roundtable discussions with startup companies, established industry professionals, and academia.
Multiple Networking Opportunities: collaboration and learning through lunches, happy hours, one-on-one connection rooms, and more!
Academic Research Forum Initiatives
Released August 30, 2022
The Academic Research Forum, led by Board member Mirko Bunzel, Department of Food Chemistry and Phytochemistry, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, brings together top academic leaders in our field to inform the future focus of content and resources from Cereals & Grains Association.
Introducing the Research Council
Released July 19, 2022
The Cereals & Grains Association Research Council was created to fund scientific projects related to the cereals and grains industries to benefit our membership and the cereal grain science community at large.
Principle investigators and students can apply for research grants by August 15, 2022 for awards up to $25,000
We welcome organizations to join us as a sponsor in support of project grants and research
Annual Meeting Update
Released June 30, 2022
Cereals & Grains 22
offers in-person, interactive, discussion-based sessions that explore the theme, "Innovating the Future of Food," from November 9 to 11 in Minnesota, a cereals and grains hub!
- Risk Management
- Food as Medicine
- Quality and Traceability
- Nutrition Trends & Consumer Viewpoints
- New Technologies
- Food System Challenges & Opportunities
- Future of Agriculture
- Plant-Based Diets and Ingredients
- And more!
for poster presentations are still being accepted during July and
registration is open with advance rates
through October 7.
Election and Bylaws Update
Released June 10, 2022
The updated bylaws will restructure Board member responsibilities, so each has a singular focus on initiatives designed to:
- Increase our members' sense of community
- Distribute new scientific research
- Highlight new and emerging research trends
- Proactively seek out new
Methods and expand our
Lab Proficiency Rating Program
- Identify areas of key research from industry stakeholders.