Jack Link’s® Protein Snacks has become a Sustaining Partner of the American Meat Science Association (AMSA). These partners maintain AMSA’s ability to provide community and professional development programs and opportunities for individuals in the field of meat science. AMSA’s Sustaining Partners program recognizes the organizations and institutions that provide significant financial and logistical contributions for the products and services offered by the organization.
“Sponsoring the AMSA’s Sustaining Partners Program is an honor for our organization,” said Mike Gerber, vice president of research and development, Jack Link’s. “The passion these students have for meat science is the kind we want to help foster and develop. We look forward to partnering with such a great program to make sure future innovators in the food industry have the tools they need to be successful.”
Jack Link’s research and development is always looking for new ways to be innovative in the meat snacks category to ensure the company’s continued growth. Partnering with AMSA will allow the organization to connect with students that may bring insights and talent to Jack Link’s.
“Jack Link’s partnership with AMSA is a great example of how our organizations can come together to enhance and expand programs that develop new meat scientists,” said Thomas Powell, AMSA executive director. “Through their support, we will be able to strengthen the meat judging program and to continue development of new ideas for reaching a broader base of students in the future.”
The Sustaining Partnership program enables companies and institutions to acknowledge and further align under a common goal to foster the principles of meat science and technology. Our Sustaining Partners support enhances AMSA programs such as student development, scientific information outreach and building the global network of meat science professionals.