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  • Product Center

    The MSU Product Center supports innovation and growth for business, industry and entrepreneurs in food, agriculture and natural resource sectors.


  • Loaded Potato Pierogi

    Published on September 2, 2021
    Loaded Potato Pierogis are a smash hit for any meal or snack!

  • Tart Cherry Malva Pudding

    Published on September 8, 2021
    A delightful dessert surely to quickly become a fan favorite!

  • Sope Cups with Refried Beans, Pulled Pork, Pico de Gallo and Cotija

    Published on September 8, 2021
    A delicious recipe certain to WOW!

  • Double Dredged Chicken Tenders

    Published on September 1, 2021
    The secret to these delicious "double-dredged" chicken tenders is super simple: bean flour!

  • Pork Potstickers

    Published on September 8, 2021
    Try your hand at this favorite from the comfort of your own home kitchen!

  • Hand-Cut Noodles and Wild Mushroom Ravioli

    Published on September 2, 2021
    This recipe makes 22 oz of hand-cut noodles or 24 large raviolis. Rest assured, you can't go wrong with either option!

  • Dairy Store

    The MSU Dairy Store's Anthony Hall location will open for 2022 on January 26. Join us Wednesdays-Sundays during the spring semester, and don't forget your masks!

  • Emergency Response to Accident Involving Livestock virtual training

    This virtual training provides participants with the information needed to effectively and efficiently respond to an accident where animals are involved.

  • Mobile Food Vehicle Fire Safety

    This course is taught by Lt. William Smith with the Grand Rapids Fire Department as a fire safety course for mobile food vehicles that intend to operate in the City of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

  • Michigan Cottage Food Law

    The Michigan Cottage Food Law allows Michigan residents to manufacture and store certain foods in unlicensed home kitchens. Through this training, you will learn about preparing and selling foods under the Michigan Cottage Food Law. In addition, the course reviews important food safety practices when preparing and selling food to the public.

  • HACCP Overview for Employees in Meat and Poultry Establishments

    This training is for employees working in meat and poultry establishments that are responsible for monitoring activities. It provides an overview of meat and poultry inspection and the components of a HACCP plan.

  • Processed Meat Training

    This training is designed for owners, employees, regulators, and anyone looking for education on how to safely make processed meats and meet regulatory requirements at a small processors.

  • Starting a Commercial Food Business

    The transition from cottage to commercial food production entails new regulatory requirements and food safety considerations. To be successful, however, entrepreneurs must also learn and apply industry standards for distribution, food retail, manufacturing, marketing and financing to their business plan. The Starting a Commercial Food Business training is designed to give food entrepreneurs the information needed to operate a successful food business.

  • HACCP Overview for Employees in Meat and Poultry Establishments

    This training is for employees working in meat and poultry establishments that are responsible for monitoring activities. It provides an overview of meat and poultry inspection and the components of a HACCP plan. Participants will learn what biological, chemical, and physical hazards are, the elements of a hazard analysis, examples of critical limits and important monitoring requirements. There are interactive knowledge checks throughout the training and once finished a certificate of completion is issued for the participant. This certificate can serve as documentation of needed training for regulatory or third-party audit purposes.

  • Michigan MarketMaker

    Connecting willing markets and quality sources of food from farm and fisheries to fork.

  • Apr 20

    Michigan Cottage Food Law Apr. 20, 2022

    April 20, 2022 10:00AM – 12:00PM Zoom Webinar

    The Michigan Cottage Food Law, Food safety practices related to producing cottage foods and how to start a cottage food business.

  • Apr 5

    Michigan Cottage Food Law Apr. 5, 2022

    April 5, 2022 3:00PM – 5:00PM Zoom Webinar

    The Michigan Cottage Food Law, Food safety practices related to producing cottage foods and how to start a cottage food business.

  • May 23

    Michigan Cottage Food Law May 23, 2022

    May 23, 2022 6:00PM – 8:00PM Zoom Webinar

    The Michigan Cottage Food Law, Food safety practices related to producing cottage foods and how to start a cottage food business.

  • Mar 21

    Michigan Cottage Food Law Mar. 21, 2022

    March 21, 2022 6:00PM – 8:00PM Zoom Webinar

    The Michigan Cottage Food Law, Food safety practices related to producing cottage foods and how to start a cottage food business.

  • Jan 18

    Michigan Cottage Food Law

    January 18, 2022 – June 7, 2022 Zoom Webinar

    The Michigan Cottage Food Law, Food safety practices related to producing cottage foods and how to start a cottage food business.