The Canadian Pulse Research Workshop is the biennial meeting of pulse researchers in Canada. Building on the success of the previous meetings, the 9th Canadian Pulse Research Workshop in Niagara Falls, Ontario in November brought together pulse researchers from different disciplines to present their latest results within many areas of research. Cigi represented the area of novel uses for pulses and health and nutrition.
Peter Frohlich presenting his poster "Effect of Fiber Enrichment Level and Fiber Particle Size on the Extrusion Properties of Split Yellow Pea Flour" at CPRW
Lindsay Bourré presenting her poster "Influence of Milling Method on the Physical and Functional Properties of Yellow Pea Flour in Cookies" at CPRW
Heather Maskus presenting her poster "Effect of Milling Method on Properties of Yellow Pea Flour Incorporated into Tortillas and their Effect on End Product Quality" at CPRW
Gina Boux presenting her poster "Use of Pulse Ingredients to Develop Healthier Baked Products" at CPRW
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