J. Peter Clark

With the changes in the technical program for IFT’s 2006 Annual Meeting + Food Expo® that have been introduced by the special task force in which I participated, there are fewer papers on processing this year than in recent years—a higher fraction of submissions were rejected than in the past to increase quality.

The Food Engineering Division and the Nonthermal Processing Division are presenting some conventional oral sessions, some symposia, and many poster presentations. Nanotechnology, dehydr…

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