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Rosemary Trout

Instructor, Hospitality Management, Culinary Arts & Food Science

Center for Hospitality and Sport Management





Trout’s research interests include food labeling and regulations, food safety and sanitation in food service and food manufacturing, sensory evaluation and customer service. She previously served as a consultant on nutritional marketing and food safety education for Clemens Markets, a recipe creator and tester for Rodale Press and a faculty member in the Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts Department at Northampton County Community College. Trout is a member of the National Restaurant Association ServSafe Safe Food Handler Certification, the Institute of Food Technologists, the International Association for Food Protection and Research Chefs Association.

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In the News

  • The Only Types of Cookware You Should Use

    Rosemary Trout, Culinary Arts & Food Science program director in the Center for Food & Hospitality, was quoted in a Feb. 1 Reader's Digest article about the safest types of cookware.

  • Fresh Bread from Vetri Now in Whole Foods

    Drexel's new Bread Lab in the Center for Food and Hospitality Management was featured in a July 13 Philadelphia Inquirer story about a new partnership with chef Marc Vetri, an instructor at the Center, that will make fresh bread, crafted by Vetri and developed at the Lab, available at Whole Foods Market. Rosemary Trout, director of the Center's Culinary Arts and Food Science program, was quoted in the story.

  • Halloween Candy 2.0

    Rosemary Trout, instructor and interim program director in culinary arts and food science, was quoted in a Philadelphia Daily News story on Oct. 29 about Halloween candy.

  • Eliminating Trans Fats Could Cost Companies $200,000 per Product

    Rosemary Trout, an instructor in the Center for Hospitality & Sport Management, was quoted in a June 16 USA Today article about the elimination of trans fats.

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