Nancy Mann Jackson

Innovators on the Edge panelistsThere’s a growing market for innovative new food products, but getting from an idea to an in-demand product on grocery shelves is a long and often difficult process. In Monday afternoon’s Business FIRST session, “Innovators on the Edge: Pushing the Boundaries of Science to Feed a Hungry Planet,” four food science entrepreneurs shared their experiences in building products and businesses from their passion, creativity, and discoveries.

Building a food science-based busines…

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Nancy Mann Jackson is a freelance writer based in Huntsville, AL ([email protected])
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