Food Production & Manufacturing

Blog entry | Sep 16 2010
By: Mary Alice Shreve Date: 9/17/10 Is a free-range chicken... that has been minimally processed, is found in a store specializing in the sale of whole foods, comes from a fair trade, local farming facility with sustainable practices and where the...
Blog entry | Aug 26 2010
By: Andy Benson   Date: 8/27/10 Picture this: 1700 of the world's top food scientists all in Africa, all of them beating out a rhythm on African Drums.  That's what happened this week in South Africa and the drums served an important purpose....
Data & Survey | Aug 25 2010
IFIC Webinar: Understanding Consumer Perceptions of Food Technology & Sustainability The International Food Information Council shared the findings from its 2010 “Consumer Perceptions of Food Technology” Survey during a Webinar for health...
Blog entry | Aug 23 2010
By: Kerry Robinson, RD   Date: 8/24/10 Are you a health professional who wants to know what consumers think about the use of technology in food production? Or what their views are on hot topics such as sustainability?  What about understanding their...
Blog entry | Aug 03 2010
By: Kris Sollid, RD   Date: 8/4/10 America.  What a vast, fertile, and diverse place.  In fact, there are so many places in America, it's virtually impossible to have seen them all.  This summer I had the pleasure of visiting a place that many...
Blog entry | Jul 29 2010
By: Katie Burns Date: 7/30/10             Next Monday marks the start of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP)'s Annual Meeting, and it could not come at a better time.  There has been recent media attention to food safety issues...
Blog entry | Jul 25 2010
By: Kerry Robinson, RD   Date: 7/26/10 I'm back in Washington, D.C. after a trip to the wonderful city of Chicago to attend the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) 2010 Annual Meeting & Food Expo, where food science experts from around the...
Blog entry | Jul 22 2010
By: Lindsey Loving   Date: 7/23/10 Have you ever thought about how many foods we eat are processed? It may not always be obvious which foods we eat are processed, but in reality, nearly all of our food is processed in some way. Bagged lettuce and...
Blog entry | Jul 21 2010
By: Tony Flood   Date: 7/22/10 The issue of antibiotic use in animals and antibiotic resistance in humans has received considerable media attention recently, with reports appearing on both television news programs and popular newspapers.  The...

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