Enhancing Foods with Functional Genomics

Understanding how organisms express specific genes in different situations can lead to improvements in food production, processing, and safety.
May 1, 2002

Enhancing Foods with Functional Genomics

Understanding how organisms express specific genes in different situations can lead to improvements in food production, processing, and safety.
May 1, 2002

Features

Reforming Food Safety: A Model for the Future

The long-term success of the U.S. food safety system requires unification of the existing agencies. Here’s why and how this should occur.

Columns

Pass the Whole-Grain Snack Food, Please

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Profits Pouring from Bottled Water

BUSINESS/MARKETING

Cargill Raises the Bar on Development Synergy

COMPANY/PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

Restaurant-Goers Are Super Savvy and Sophisticated

CONSUMER TRENDS

News Media: Back for More from IFT

IFT NEWSMAKERS

Research Addresses Bioactive Components

NUTRACEUTICALS & FUNCTIONAL FOODS

New Technologies Question the Equality of Pathogens

REGULATORY IMPACT

IFT Recognizes Advocates for Science-Based Public Policy

SCIENCE, COMMUNICATIONS, & GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

Departments

IFT NEWS

INDUSTRY NEWS

WASHINGTON NEWS

Past Issues

April 2002

Volume 56, No. 4

March 2002

Volume 56, No. 3

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