James N. Klapthor

Sometimes, being a journalist is no different than being an ordinary consumer. Like the audiences they serve, journalists read newspapers, watch television, and visit the Internet. Certain headlines appeal to some, different topics attract others, and the time they all can dedicate to finding interesting nuggets of information is dwindling.

It is with this line of thinking that the Institute of Food Technologists repackages content from Food Technology into a form that lends itself to the interes…

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