UC Davis opens $73 million wine and food science institute

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The Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science has opened at the University of California, Davis. The 130,000-sq-ft complex houses wine and food sensory labs, a food innovation kitchen, and the administrative offices for the institute.

The university’s food science department offers programs in preservation, packaging, microbiology, safety, sensory and consumer science, and fruit and vegetable harvest technology. One part of the new institute will house the Anheuser-Busch Brewing and Food Science Laboratory, which will include a brewery and pilot food-processing plant.

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