Fran Katz

In 1996, Food Technology got a fairly major facelift. The flow of the magazine was revamped, some new columns were added, and the type face was revisited. Well, it’s that time again. We’re introducing a few more changes, in keeping with the information gained by the most recent readership report.

Last time around, in 1996, you told us that you wanted fewer long articles, more color and open design, and more trends information. The survey completed last spring told us that, while you generally lik…

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