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Future Food-Tech 2024 Tackles Transformation, Underscores Collaboration

Mission-driven Future Food-Tech exhibitors and conference presenters showcased innovative, transformative ingredients and technologies and emphasized the importance of collaboration in addressing food system challenges.

Better-for-you products on display at Natural Products Expo West

A photo overview of products shared at the 2024 Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, Calif.

Natural Product Expo West Attention-Getters: Highlights From the Event

Food Technology Contributing Editor Linda Milo Ohr reports on trends she tracked at Natural Products Expo West 2024.

Adapting to Change: Insights From the RCA Conference

An overview of insights shared at the Research Chefs Association (RCA) Annual Conference & Culinology Expo in Quincy, Mass.

Gulfood conference highlights technology solutions to regional, global food problems

 An overview of insights shared at the 2024 Gulfood Inspire conference in Dubai.

Toxicologists Worried About ‘Patchwork’ of Safety Laws

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.

Investing in African Heritage Foods

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.

Will Weight Loss Drugs Mean Losses for CPG Companies?

CPG companies weigh in on the impact that the emerging class of weight loss drugs will have on consumption patterns and snack sales.

Experts on the Record: What's Ahead for Consumers in 2024

Trend experts share predictions for consumer behaviors that will impact the food and beverage marketplace in the year ahead.

Mastering the Recipe of Food Technology Intellectual Property

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?

Remembering Ted Labuza

IFT looks back on Ted Labuza’s remarkable career in the wake of his death on Dec. 4.

AI Advances Product Development

CPG companies including PepsiCo and Kraft Heinz, among many others, are using generative artificial intelligence to support product development.

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