More than 23,000 people attended the programs, special presentations, and exhibits at IFT’s 67th Annual Meeting & Food ExpoSM. Here are highlights.
Experts provide updates on food defense and demonstrate software that simplifies vulnerability assessments of the food supply.
Conference participants review the state of nanoscale science and technology research and its food applications worldwide.
Market research and regulatory thought leaders point out hot product opportunities as well as controversial issues.
Exhibits covered the gamut from individual types of processing equipment to complete, though miniature, systems.
The myriad shapes and forms of prototypes exhibited at Food Expo suggest some new directions for product formulating.
Wrigley is funding cutting-edge research by independent experts to explore the health benefits of chewing gum.