MARY ELLEN KUHN
The 2009 Annual Meeting & Food Expo delivered substantive science, a multi-faceted exposition, and countless opportunities to celebrate and support the best of food thinking.
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Four exhibiting companies showcase advances in container sterilization, dehydration technology, high-pressure sterilization, and ‘clean-label’ starches.
SARAH DAVIS OHLHORST AND CARLA D. MEJIA
IFT’s Global Food Safety and Quality Conference focused on the challenges to and opportunities for implementing traceability
technologies and programs in the supply chain.
DONALD E. PSZCZOLA
The IFT Food Expo provided its ’Walk of Fame’ for such stars as ethnic-inspired flavors, whole-grain blends, sweeteners, starches and gums, and an assortment of other ingredients.
The IFT Food Expo rolled out the red carpet for a bevy of ingredient innovations ready to conquer formulation challenges and make their mark in food product development history.
LINDA MILO OHR
To address the needs of health-conscious consumers, suppliers introduced a bevy of beneficial ingredients at the IFT Food Expo.
New testing devices, methods, and services monitor raw materials, in-process goods, and finished products.
J. PETER CLARK
From fillers to winnowers, exhibitors at the IFT Food Expo showed off
a varied assortment of new technologies and equipment.
At the Annual Meeting & Food Expo®, IFT paid tribute to the 2009 Achievement
Award winners and Fellows for their contributions to food science and technology.