North Union FFA Food Science Team Captures District Crown
Jordyn Rhodeback, Tricia Stevens, Sami Dinsmoor and Carli Wilson have all competed recently in the District 6 and State Food Science and Technology Career Development Event.
The CDE taught the members about every aspect of processing and preparing food, from the time it leaves the farm until the time it reaches the consumers table. During competition at sub-districts and districts, the team had to prove their knowledge in four different areas: general knowledge test, taste testing, identifying best production and management practices, and handling a customer complaint.
The team won first place in sub-district. They then finished first in the District Six elimination contest and advanced to the state level where they placed 14th.
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