Content from the editors of Food Technology magazine that is exclusive to IFT.org.
An overview of insights shared at the 2024 Gulfood Inspire conference in Dubai.
Participating in an IFT webinar, two toxicologists analyzed the impact of the California Food Safety Act, which prohibits the use of four common food additives.
Foods from the African continent, such as millet and hibiscus, are starting to trend in Western diets. WANDA cofounder Tambra Raye Stevenson says that these foods could help solve the nutrition crisis.
CPG companies weigh in on the impact that the emerging class of weight loss drugs will have on consumption patterns and snack sales.
Trend experts share predictions for consumer behaviors that will impact the food and beverage marketplace in the year ahead.
At a time of cutting-edge development within the food technology space, how can companies assemble a strategic global intellectual property plan to protect their innovations from market competitors?
IFT looks back on Ted Labuza’s remarkable career in the wake of his death on Dec. 4.
CPG companies including PepsiCo and Kraft Heinz, among many others, are using generative artificial intelligence to support product development.
Industry insiders say that food companies who can up their game with credible and clear science-based communications will provide the best antidote to one-sided messaging.
Products that deliver benefits related to gut health, women’s well-being, and hydration were trending at SupplySide West.
DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE: Surging energy costs and other operational issues are challenging indoor produce operations, forcing some key players into bankruptcy.
The authors describe how phenology—the impact of weather on plant growth cycles—threatens to destabilize the food supply chain and argue that this area of study should be actively considered by food scientists.