Food Technology, May 2010

Food Technology Magazine
May 2010

Features

  • Salt Reduction Gains Momentum
    Responding to public pressure to reduce sodium content, food manufacturers are setting targets to trim salt levels in their products over the next few years. consumers will benefit, but will they fully understand or embrace the changes?
  • Strategies For Reducing Sodium in the U.S.
    New Institute of Medicine report urges FDA to set standards for salt used in food processing and foodservice. Here’s a look at the recommendations and ramifications.
  • Ensuring Food Safety in a Global Marketplace
    Setting up a food safety system that covers a product from farm to fork has never been more critical for food and beverage companies. Here’s a step-by-step approach to safeguarding your brands—and the consumers who purchase them.
  • New Insights into Food & Health
    Food Technology’s Wellness 10 conference delivered an integrated perspective on emerging technologies, scientific evidence, and consumer trends.
  • The Curious Case of the Epicurean Nut (Online Exclusive)
    A growing number of people are reporting that pine nuts literally leave a bad taste in their mouth. That reaction, along with a collection of other symptoms, has come to be labeled as pine nut mouth or pine nut syndrome.

Columns

Marianne Gillette
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Marianne Gillette
I Want to See You in Chicago!
Elizabeth Sloan
CONSUMER TRENDS
A. Elizabeth Sloan
Consumers Are Big Fans of Small Appliances
Roger Clemens and Wayne Bidlack
FOOD, MEDICINE & HEALTH
Roger Clemens & Wayne Bidlack
Advancing Our Understanding of Food Allergies
Donald Pszczola
INGREDIENTS
Donald E. Pszczola
‘Stealth Health’ for Kids
Linda Ohr
NUTRACEUTICALS
Linda Milo Ohr
Formulating to Improve Heart Health
Neil Mermelstein
FOOD SAFETY & QUALITY
Neil H. Mermelstein
Dealing with Antioxidant Assay Issues
J. Peter Clark
PROCESSING
J. Peter Clark
What Can Be Done With an Extruder?
Aaron Brody
PACKAGING
Aaron L. Brody
Intelligent Packaging: A Power Tool for Food
IFT
PERSPECTIVE
John B. Hallagan and Charles H. Manley
The Future of GRAS

DEPARTMENTS

  • Karen Nachay