Robert Danhi is an active member of the Research Chefs Association, celebrity chef, cookbook author, and entrepreneur. I met him in Portland when he and his business partner Karena Wong were presenting an early version of an R&D software at the RCA annual conference. This year, in Puerto Rico, Chef and Ms. Wong introduced the RDCoder, an innovative app that enables R&D professionals to research food products and keep a detailed record on the sensory, recipe, and process steps of a new product development. He sat down with me at the Institute of Food Technologists conference in Las Vegas to chat about his career and about the new app and reminded us the keys to being a successful chef and entrepreneur.
About The Author
A nutrition scientist turned research chef, extroverted foodie, and amateur rock climber and runner (when there's time), Kimberly brings an insider's experiences of food manufacturing and professional cooking. Whether you're a food lover and eater wondering how packaged gets from idea to your pantry or a professional curious about product development, this is a website written for you.
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