KeyLeaf Achieves LEAN Certification

After several years of hard work, dedication, and continuous improvement, KeyLeaf/POS has achieved the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporter’s (CME) LEAN Certification Award. KeyLeaf/POS began its LEAN Certification in 2014 as part of a complete business transformation focusing on continuous improvement and customer value. LEAN is an effective method of reducing waste within current processes, encouraging…

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Batavia Bio Processing Celebrates Two Years With KeyLeaf

KeyLeaf/POS has a long history of being a leader in collaboration. This month, they celebrate an important milestone for one of their partner facilities. The processing plant in Batavia, Illinois, has now been a part of the KeyLeaf/POS family for two years. Batavia Bio Processing has developed its reputation as a leader in high vacuum…

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KeyLeaf to Speak at Plant Protein Conference

KeyLeaf/POS is excited to participate in the Advancement in Plant Proteins workshop on September 26th. The conference is sponsored by the Canadian Institute of Food Science & Technology, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, and the Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre (Food Centre). Hosted at the Willows Golf & Country Club, this one-day conference is designed to…

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KeyLeaf speaks on new opportunities in plant proteins at the Protein Trends and Technologies Seminar in the U.S.

KeyLeaf/POS recently was invited by Global Food Forums to present at the Protein Trends and Technologies Seminar in Itasca, USA. Dr. Anusha Samaranayaka represented KeyLeaf/POS at the conference, offering a presentation on current trends and challenges in the field of plant protein ingredients, and discussed how plant-based ingredients can be used in different food formulations.…

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KeyLeaf to Participate in Canadian Lipid and Bioresource Conference

Hosted in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan from September 9-11, the 2018 Canadian Lipid and Bioresource Conference (CLBC) brings together international delegates from academia, government, and industry to discuss current research in lipid and bioresource research as well as industrial processing and production. With many researchers from the University of Saskatchewan attending and presenting their own research, the…

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