From: IFT Media Relations
This video edition of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Media Update features three academic experts and an independent consultant discussing why we need processed foods. Individual interviews with these scientific experts are available upon request.
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Processed Food Makes Our Lives Better
Eric Decker, Ph.D. Professor of Food Science, University of Massachusetts, explains how food processing fits today’s busy lifestyles, how they can be healthy and how they can be an important part of our diet.
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Everything is Processed
John Floros, Ph.D. Dean, College of Agriculture, Kansas State University, explains how foods we don’t typically associate with processing, such as apples, are in fact, processed.
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Study Shows How Processed Foods Contribute to the American Diet
According to a recent study in the Journal of Nutrition, it’s the nutrient content, not the level of processing that determines the “health” of a food.
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One Size Doesn’t Fit All When it Comes To Processed Foods
Heather Eicher-Miller, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Nutrition Science, Purdue University, clarifies the five different levels of food processing.
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Processed Foods Wonderful For Women
According to Kantha Shelke, Ph.D., Food Scientist, Corvus Blue, says processed foods are one of the reasons women have been able to get out of the kitchen and pursue careers.
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Please contact Mindy Weinstein, firstname.lastname@example.org, 312-604-0231, or Stephanie Callahan, email@example.com, 312-604-0273 for more information or to arrange individual interviews.
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