John D. Floros

As I reflect upon my year as president of the Institute of Food Technologists® and recall the challenges and opportunities we faced, I am reminded of a story about the great Michelangelo. Every day, a neighborhood boy would visit Michelangelo’s studio to watch the famous Renaissance sculptor chip away at a massive block of marble. For months, the boy would come and watch in fascination as the magnificent form of David began to take shape. When Michelangelo had completed the masterpiece, the boy …

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