Food Innovation Kitchen

Our unique Food Innovation Kitchen and product development laboratories enable raw materials to be developed into value added products – from cheese and yoghurts to ice creams and ready meals.

The FFIT Centre has dedicated commercial kitchen facilities available for long or short term hire, alongside ample storage facilities (dry and cold) for raw materials and finished products. If you’re looking to trial a new product, expand production or host demonstration events for customers or buyers, we have the flexibility to meet your needs.

For more information please contact Andrea Gardner – agardner@myerscough.ac.uk

01995 642222 Ext: 2143

Case Study: Bake That

Tom Weston is owner of ‘Bake That’, a start-up business with office space in the College’s Rural Business Incubator Centre.

"We started ‘Bake that’ in October 2017, with the idea of creating pre-portioned monthly baking recipe boxes. The FFIT Centre has been fantastic, enabling us to use the meeting rooms to present to investors and buyers whilst using the industrial kitchen to showcase our recipes.

The space was crucial for the growth of the concept of our business and provided us we the perfect place to explore our early ideas and we continue to use it for both recipe development and the product packaging. The space would also be perfect for training chefs and events like baking and butchery masterclasses."

Schools Liaison & Educational Visits

Our Schools Liaison team focuses on raising young people’s aspirations and awareness of the career opportunities that exist within the land based industries. Find out what we are able to offer at the FFIT Centre.

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Conference Facilities

The FFIT centre is available for use by a range of commercial organisations, societies, community groups and food businesses - for conferences, exhibitions, training courses, research and trials, food development programmes or regional meetings.

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Research & Field Trials

The Myerscough farms are renowned for undertaking a range of research activities; from student undergraduate dissertations and postgraduate studies to dedicated research trials with commercial and academic partners.

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Teaching & Learning

One the key elements of College teaching is to provide students with the latest facilities and learning opportunities to develop their skills and future career prospects.

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Part-time & Short Courses

Myerscough College offers a comprehensive range of short courses to support the food and farming industries. Take a look at the options.

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Knowledge Transfer

The FFIT centre is a leading venue for knowledge transfer in the agriculture industry.

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