School of Applied Technology’s Elizabeth Grasso-Kelley Selected as Expert in Residence for PROCESS EXPO

Grasso-Kelley, Elizabeth 04-17.jpg

Elizabeth Grasso-Kelley, Ph.D., research scientist at IFSH and assistant professor, food science and nutrition, has been selected as an Expert in Residence and her article titled “Proper preparation is the key to success in low moisture foods validation” appeared on the PROCESS EXPO website.

PROCESS EXPO represents the pinnacle of food technology bringing together the world’s most successful food and beverage processors, equipment manufacturers and leaders in the field of academia. It is owned and organized by the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA), a global trade association serving suppliers in the food and beverage industries.

Professionals from all segments of the global food and beverage industry attend the event in search of processing and packaging solutions. The most common job titles of attendees are in engineering, operations, maintenance, production, R&D, quality assurance, marketing and sales, and corporate management. In addition, professionals working for contract manufacturers (co-packers) can build strong relationships with both processing partners and suppliers. For more information about PROCESS EXPO visit