Developing Ethnic Foods and Ethnic Flair with Spices

Asian, Latin American, and other emerging cuisines are growing in popularity in the United States, and food technologists who desire to create products with authentic flavors or add an ethnic flair must understand the spices that define these cuisines.
August 1, 2004

DNA Test Identifies Animal Species in Food Products

Identifying what animal species a food product contains is important for health, economic, religious, and legal reasons. A microarray test detecting DNA sequences allows species composition—and authenticity or adulteration—to be determined.
August 1, 2004

Nanosensors Identify Pathogens in Food

Biosensors similar to pregnancy test kits are being developed for the rapid, reliable, yet inexpensive identification and quantification of pathogenic organisms. Nanotechnology plays a major role.
August 1, 2004

Spices and Ethnic Foods

As the growth in use of spices and seasonings in ethnic cuisines continues, it has become more important than ever for buyers to work closely with their suppliers to ensure that they receive the right ingredients for their products.
August 1, 2004

Nanosensors Identify Pathogens in Food

Biosensors similar to pregnancy test kits are being developed for the rapid, reliable, yet inexpensive identification and quantification of pathogenic organisms. Nanotechnology plays a major role.
August 1, 2004

Spices and Ethnic Foods

As the growth in use of spices and seasonings in ethnic cuisines continues, it has become more important than ever for buyers to work closely with their suppliers to ensure that they receive the right ingredients for their products.
August 1, 2004

Developing Ethnic Foods and Ethnic Flair with Spices

Asian, Latin American, and other emerging cuisines are growing in popularity in the United States, and food technologists who desire to create products with authentic flavors or add an ethnic flair must understand the spices that define these cuisines.
August 1, 2004

DNA Test Identifies Animal Species in Food Products

Identifying what animal species a food product contains is important for health, economic, religious, and legal reasons. A microarray test detecting DNA sequences allows species composition—and authenticity or adulteration—to be determined.
August 1, 2004

Columns

Flavor Enhancement: Taking the Mask Off

INGREDIENTS

CONSUMER TRENDS

News & Analysis

CULINARY CONCEPTS

News & Analysis

FOOD, MEDICINE, & HEALTH

News & Analysis

PRESIDENT’S PAGE

News & Analysis

Powerhouse Proteins Soy and Whey Have Bright Future

NUTRACEUTICALS & FUNCITONAL FOODS

The Case for Case-Ready Red Meat

PACKAGING

Coating Is Critical to Many Foods

PROCESSING

Departments

IFT NEWS

NEWS

NEWS & ANALYSIS

WASHINGTON NEWS

Past Issues

July 2004

Volume 58, No. 7

June 2004

Volume 58, No. 6

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