Aaron L. Brody

Count them: nearly 200 presentations on food packaging at the 2003 IFT Annual Meeting. Does this large number signify recognition by food scientists of the critical importance of food packaging to the delivery of food to consumers? Or are food packaging technologists afforded no other suitable venue to communicate their findings? Or is it just coincidence that more than 20% of oral and poster presentations deal with packaging?

The answers lie in the emergent recognition of the crucial nature of f…

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  1. Food Processing & Packaging