Join live webinar on April 23

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Felix Instruments will be hosting a webinar that features a popular line of tools, the F-751 Quality Meters. The company often receives questions on the accuracy of its instrumentation and the best ways to scan fruit. Two of the company’s Staff Scientists, Galen George and Eric Munoz-Garcia, will be answering questions and present the importance of total number of scans on accuracy. In addition, they will present data showing how the company’s technology stacks up against current measurement methods.

Galen George has a B.S. in Biochemistry and an M.S. Food Science from Michigan State University. He is an IFT Certified Food Scientist and has been a Food Safety Consultant for the food manufacturing, cannabis, and produce industries for 2 years - leading testing of nutritional parameters, quality parameters, shelf-life, and food safety.

Eric Munoz-Garcia has a B.S. in Biohealth Sciences from Oregon State University. He has worked as a Chemist and DNA Analyst in the dietary supplement and natural products industry. He has experience in identity testing, product specification and overall label compliance. Most recently, he worked as a Food Analyst testing for food fraud and performing shelf-life studies, prior to joining the CID Bio-science and Felix Instruments team.

The webinar takes place tomorrow, April 23 at 8:00 am PST and questions will be answered during a live Q&A at the end.

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For more information:
Scott Trimble
Felix Instruments
Ph: +1 (360) 833-8835 Ext. 217

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