American Institute of Baking

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The American Institute of Baking, now known as AIB International,[1] was founded in 1919 as a technology and information transfer center for bakers and food processors. The original mission was to "put science to work for the baker", a theme that has expanded yet remains central to our programs, products, and services.


Empower the global food industry to elevate their food safety and grain based production capabilities.


Staff includes experts in the fields of baking production, experimental baking, cereal science, nutrition, food safety, and hygiene. AIB is headquartered in Manhattan, Kansas.[2]


  1. ^ "Welcome to AIB International". AIB International. Retrieved 2012-10-29. 
  2. ^ Kansas Board of Regents Private institutions alphabetical listings

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Coordinates: 39°11′58″N 96°34′31″W / 39.19944°N 96.57528°W / 39.19944; -96.57528