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Food-processing program shakes stereotypes about industry

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Think agriculture, and you probably think of farming, but some of the biggest Ag employers in our area don't operate in a farm.

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Think agriculture, and you probably think of farming, but some of the biggest Ag employers in our area don't operate in a farm.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6921192?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 17 May 2017 23:21:05 +0000 Food-processing program shakes stereotypes about industry Think agriculture, and you probably think of farming, but some of the biggest Ag employers in our area don't operate in a farm. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6921192?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KMVT CBS 11 since his confirmation."2 joe>> 2 think agriculture... and you probably think of farming. 2 but some of the biggest ag employers in our area don't operate in a farm. 2 they're in a factory. 2 that's the topic of this week's grow southern idaho. 2 2 (pause for open) 2 today... the college of southern idaho had an open house for their food processing program. 2 the people there showed off what makes food processing so important... which is that it's what turns raw product into much of the food we eat. 2 the program manager told us the typical image of food processing where a person sorts vegetables and lifts boxes is outdated. 2 "that's not what is currently in those processes. we have robots and computers that do all of that. but we need people that can run the robots and run the computers and program them and test for food safety and those kind of things. and that's where the jobs are." 2 the program has some of the everyday machinery on display. 2 including a water-powered potato cutter. 2 if you want to see it for yourself... you still have a little time. 2 the open house is at the applied technology building on c-s-i's campus.




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