Cereals & Grains Association Webinars

Cereals & Grains Association members have access to all On-Demand Webinars and can participate in LIVE webinars for free! Live webinars include a Question & Answer session with the presenters. When you register for a Cereals & Grains Association webinar,  an access code and instructions will be sent to you one business day prior to the live webinar. On-Demand webinars will be available within one week of the broadcast date. 

Upcoming Live Webinars

An Introduction to Pulse Ingredients
Broadcast Date: October 9th, 2020 | 11:00am CDT
Price: Free for members, $49 for nonmembers

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Whole Grain Series: Part 2 - The US Perspective
Broadcast Date: November 18th, 2020 | 4:00pm CDT
Price: Free for members, $49 for nonmember

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Now Available On-Demand! 3-Part Sourdough Series

Parts 1, 2, and 3 are available On-Demand!
Originally broadcast July, 2020.

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On-Demand Webinars

Missed the live webinar broadcast? Cereals & Grains Association members can access these webinars at any time!  

Not a member? Join now to access the following:

How a GMO is Made

Developing our Future Leaders Webinar Series

Milling & Baking - Part 1 - International Issues in Formulations

Milling & Baking - Part 2 - Gluten-Free Formulation

Milling & Baking - Part 3 - GMO/CRISPR-Cas9 Technologies and Potential Impact on Production and Utilization

Milling & Baking - Part 4 - Formulating Whole Grains for Taste, Moisture & Performance in Bakery Applications

Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-2020: Boon or Barrier to Whole Grain Consumption?

Mycotoxins Important for the North American Grain Industries - Part 1 & Part 2

No PHOs; No Problem

Making a Protein Claim: Factors impacting Protein Quality and a New Way for Measuring

Food Allergies, Celiac Disease, and Regulatory Issues Affecting the Grain/Cereal Industry

Clean, Natural - The Trend and The Approach

FSMA - The Next Direction

Impact of Mycotoxins on the Food Industry

Centennial Webinar Series - Sponsored by the Cereals & Grains Association Foundation's Warthesen Fund

Cereals & Grains Association Gluten-free Baking: Challenges and Opportunities
After a quick review of gluten-free baking and bakery products, the problems and challenges associated with obtaining high quality products to meet consumers' expectations will be discussed. Possible technological solutions available to deal with these challenges using enzymes or colloidal approaches will be explored.

Cereals & Grains Association New Strategies for Sodium Reduction in Baked Goods 
This webinar presents innovative ways to reduce sodium in baked goods. After a brief overview on sodium-associated health concerns is provided, new technological approaches and strategies for sodium reduction will be discussed.   

2014 Annual Meeting Highlights 
Revisit three exceptional presentations from the 2014 Annual Meeting - the Young Scientist Research Award Lecture, the Best Student Research Paper Competition Winning Lecture and the New Professionals Webinar Committee Choice.

Getting to the Heart of Healthy Baked Goods: Reformulating to Improve Cardiovascular Health
Cereals & Grains Association Foundation-Sponsored Warthesen Webinar Series
This webinar provides information on the latest knowledge of how saturated and trans fatty acids impact cardiovascular health and expertise on how to reduce trans fatty acids in baked products.

Cereals & Grains Association Gluten-Free Food Formulation and Testing
This webinar presents the necessary steps to consider for successful product formulation and the analytical tools needed to ensure compliance in labeling regulations.

Dietary Fiber: Impact of FDA’s Proposed Changes to the Nutrition Facts Panel
The Dietary Fiber and Other Carbohydrates Approved Methods Technical Committee chairs Jon DeVries, Medallion Laboratories/General Mills, and Stuart Craig, DuPont, provide an update on the FDA efforts to update food package labeling and to clarify the definition of dietary fiber as part of that effort.