Conference & Expo to Address Food Safety

IFT’s 3rd International Food Safety and Quality Conference & Expo, to be held in Orlando, Fla., November 5–7, 2003, will focus on the science of food from producer to consumer.
August 1, 2003

Dan Weber Moves On

Executive Vice President Daniel E. Weber retires after 36 years with the Institute of Food Technologists.
August 1, 2003

Kinetic Models for Microbial Survival During Processing

World-renowned scientists participated in IFT’s second Research Summit to advance the understanding of microbial inactivation kinetics and models for non-log-linear survivor curves and identify needs for further research.
August 1, 2003

Taste: The Metabolic Sense

New breakthroughs in the fundamental research of taste sensation are making it possible to understand how taste and metabolism connect and may lead to the development of food that combines metabolic needs with individual taste preferences.
August 1, 2003

Kinetic Models for Microbial Survival During Processing

World-renowned scientists participated in IFT’s second Research Summit to advance the understanding of microbial inactivation kinetics and models for non-log-linear survivor curves and identify needs for further research.
August 1, 2003

Taste: The Metabolic Sense

New breakthroughs in the fundamental research of taste sensation are making it possible to understand how taste and metabolism connect and may lead to the development of food that combines metabolic needs with individual taste preferences.
August 1, 2003

Conference & Expo to Address Food Safety

IFT’s 3rd International Food Safety and Quality Conference & Expo, to be held in Orlando, Fla., November 5–7, 2003, will focus on the science of food from producer to consumer.
August 1, 2003

Dan Weber Moves On

Executive Vice President Daniel E. Weber retires after 36 years with the Institute of Food Technologists.
August 1, 2003

Features

What, When, and Where Americans Eat: 2003

An unprecedented degree of convenience, a new generation of “better-for-you” benefits, and the promise of a palate-pleasing but not-too-provocative taste experience are driving American food selection practices, preferences, and patterns.

Past Issues

July 2003

Volume 57, No. 7

June 2003

Volume 57, No. 6

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