2022 IFTSA Chapter of the Year: Iowa State University
Connect Award:Alabama A&M University
Support Award: California Polytechnic State University, Pomona
Develop Award: Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral
National Champion: The Ohio State University (Midwest Region)
Runner-Up: Cornell University (North Atlantic Region)
First Place: DadYo, Poznań University of Life Sciences. DadYo is a shelf-stable synbiotic yogurt with live probiotics made using an indigenous starter culture.
Second Place: Pèdi Paradi, University of Costa Rica. Pèdi Paradi is a shelf-stable yogurt beverage processed without a kill step and naturally flavored with a mango syrup fortified with iron and encapsulated probiotic cultures.
Third Place: Drygurt, University of Costa Rica. Drygurt is a shelf-stable yogurt with antioxidant properties.
First Place: Fingerella, Tel-Hai College. Fingerella is plant-based snack made with soy and pea proteins and vegetables.
Second Place: Waffuns, University of Costa Rica. Waffuns is a frozen waffle made without the eight most common allergens.
Third Place: Saurus Snacks, Utah State University. Made of a lightly sweetened meringue “eggshell” that encloses a dinosaur cookie, gluten-free Saurus Snacks are a good source of protein and fiber and contain no added sugar.
First Place: SeaZen’d Noodles, Oregon State University. SeaZen’d Noodles are high-protein, low-sodium, plant-based ramen noodles.
Second Place: Charcute-V, Cornell University. Charcute-V is a plant-based, sustainable, high-fiber snack pack.
Third Place: O’Kotta, California Polytechnic State University, Pomona. O’Kotta is an oat-based, blueberry-flavored vegan refrigerated dessert.
Graduate Award: Sonali Raghunath, University of Minnesota
First Place: Hannah Jones, Cornell University, “Design of In-Mouth Dissolving and Skim Milk Powder-Containing Baby Puffs”
Second Place: Natalia Brenes Fernandez, University of Costa Rica
Third Place: Tomer Hatzir, Tel-Hai College
Winner: Koentadi Hadinoto, University of New South Wales, “The Use of Plasma-Activated Water for Bacterial Inactivation on Beef”