Ed Finkel

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Sustainable manufacturing processes for both packaging and food products will require commitment from consumers, companies, and government agencies—and food scientists have myriad points of influence to drive that commitment, according to the speakers taking part in a multi-session conversation at IFT FIRST on Tuesday, July 12.

To begin with, the various players in the food manufacturing space need a tighter definition of the word “sustainability,” according to the panelists, wh…

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Ed Finkel is a freelance journalist based in Evanston, Ill. ([email protected]).


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