Why Partner with IFT
If you’re looking to align your brand with a leading, relevant, innovative partner that can provide you access to the key decision makers in the food industry, you need to partner with IFT.
Access Through Targeted Channels
IFT also provides its large community of members and customer resources to help them with their buying decisions including the annual Food Expo product and service directories, and classified ads in Food Technology magazine. But these are only a small sample of the options available to companies looking to get their products and services in front of food business decision makers.
Learn More About IFT’s Advertising and Sponsorship Options
IFT’s Media Kit will help you choose the right promotional opportunities for your organization to help you make targeted, make strategic business connections and grow your business.
Give us a call, and we will tailor a package to meet your specific objectives.
Download the Media Kit to learn more about the various options available.
News about IFT members and events
A look at the fermented food market, including sales data and product trends
New food and beverage products from around the globe
Dean Foods has announced that it and substantially all of its subsidiaries have initiated voluntary Chapter 11 reorganization proceedings in the Southern District of Texas.
The NC Food Innovation Lab (NCFIL) will open on November 14, with a ribbon cutting, facility tour, and open house celebration. NCFIL is a 16,000-square-foot plant-based food processing and product development facility located on the 350-acre North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis, N.C.
Sugar reduction remains a central topic in the media and among consumers and opportunities for reducing sugar intake are taking several directions as companies address evolving concerns and demands.
The World Food Prize Foundation has named Barbara Stinson as president of the organization, effective Jan. 4, 2020.
To gain deeper insight into fresh food consumers as well as fresh food manufacturers and retailers, Deloitte surveyed 2,000 consumers and 153 fresh food industry executives.
Food scientists and technologists encounter numerous challenges each day as they work to bring better, safer, tastier, and more nutritious foods to consumers. Tackling these challenges often requires critical thinking, teamwork, tenacity, and perhaps a little creativity. Acclaimed Chef Sean Sherman discovered a unique challenge early in his culinary career and drew inspiration to address it from an unlikely source – his heritage.
IFT hosted a Diversity and Inclusion Virtual Town Hall earlier this week, sharing key research findings, a set of core principles to guide our path forward, system-specific recommendations, and a request for member feedback.