Donald Pszczola

Donald E. Pszczola

A jambalaya is a Creole dish consisting of rice that has been cooked with shrimp, oysters, ham, or chicken and seasoned with spices and herbs. The dish suggests a mixture of diverse elements all combining together to bring forth a product of different tastes, textures, colors, and good-for-you attributes.Ingredients

This year’s IFT Annual Meeting + FOOD EXPO® is dishing up its own unique jambalaya of ingredients that will meet a broad range of functionality and health needs in the global marketplace. Over t…

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Donald Pszczola