PMCA’s 72nd Annual Production Conference will be held at the Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square and Lancaster County Convention Center, Mon. April 16 – Wed. April 18, 2018 in Lancaster, PA.
Long-time PMCA course host, The Warrell Corporation, once again welcomed industry professionals to their facility to learn about panning a variety of confections.
In early November, Savage Bros. Company, equipment manufacturer located in Elk Grove Village, IL, served as the host facility for PMCA’s Caramel Fudge and Toffee short course.
PMCA’s Production Conference Program Committee has named Jeffrey Bogusz, Ferrara Candy Company, as the twenty-first recipient of the Marie Kelso Memorial Award.
On Tuesday, April 4, 2017, Erin Fleming, Mars Chocolate NA and Nico Tomaselli, Lindt & Sprüngli were ratified as the newest members of PMCA’s Board of Directors beginning July 1, 2017.
PMCA’s Production Conference Program Committee announced its decision to award Gary W. Guittard of Guittard Chocolate the 2017 Hans Dresel Memorial Award.
Thirty-two students representing a variety of companies participated in the PMCA Panned Confections Short Course held November 1-4, 2016 at Richardson Brands, Canajoharie, NY.
Judy Cooley, Global Confection Connections and Philippe Levresse, Roquette America were ratified as the newest members of PMCA’s Board of Directors. Rose Potts, Blommer Chocolate elected new VP.
PMCA’s Program Committee has named John Ashby, General Manager, Ingredients Division at California Natural Products, as the twentieth recipient of the Marie Kelso Memorial Award.
Twenty-two students experienced the joy and the challenges of making premium handmade confections during PMCA’s Premium Chocolate Centers course held June 7-10, 2016 at Gertrude Hawk Chocolates.
Every year the PMCA conference offers something a bit new but this year we have something more to offer!
Twenty-six students recently completed PMCA’s short course, “Chocolate and Compound: From Bean to Bar and Everything in Between.”
PMCA’s Production Conference Program Committee has named Mark Kline, The Hershey Company, as the nineteenth recipient of the Marie Kelso Memorial Award.
During the PMCA Annual Meeting of Members held Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at the Lancaster County Convention Center, two candidates were ratified as the newest members of PMCA’s Board of Directors.
Twenty-eight students from a variety of companies both domestic and International, completed PMCA’s short course, “Caramel-Fudge-Toffee.”
PMCA’s Research Committee recently accepted the final manuscript of the 2012 technical review grant-in-aid project, “Food Structure and Textural Properties in Sugar Based Confections.”
Twenty-seven students recently completed PMCA’s short course, “Chocolate and Compound Manufacture and Use.” The course was held in York, PA from Tuesday, June 4 through Friday, June 7.