Program & Exhibit Directory Addendum

IFT15 Program & Exhibit Directory Addendum (as of June 30, 2015) Exhibit Addendum Coming soon… Program Addendum PANEL DISCUSSION, SYMPOSIUM OR WORKSHOP PRESENTER — ADDITIONS AND CHANGES Presenter Update Session 035: New Products & Technologies Showcase Monday, July 13, 2015, 11:00 am – 1:30 pm Presentation 069-012, “Use of 32% Banana Peel By-Product in Frozen...
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Hot Topic: Child Nutrition

A new focus is on childhood nutrition and the thought is to address the most pressing challenges/developments in product development targeting nutrition for children.

Hot Topic: Impact of Processed Foods on Gut Microbiota

Based on research by Andrew Gewirtz, this session will explore the hypothesis that artificial preservatives used in many processed foods may increase the risk of inflammatory bowel diseases and metabolic disorders.

Hot Topic: Global Regulations, Import Issues

Food importers will be, for the first time, required to manage food safety risks by identifying the types of hazards associated with their foods having a prevention program in place to meet the safety standards of specific foods.

Hot Topic: Transparency in the Food Industry

Transparency is a growing concern among consumers ranging from food safety to health and nutrition and everything in between.

Hot Topic: Processing for Low-Moisture Foods

Specific standards regarding how such a process validation should be conducted have not yet been established, but advances have been made in identifying key parameters important for validation of low-moisture pasteurization processes. This symposium will highlight these advances and will provide an overview of the regulatory requirements and expectations for process validation.
What's New!

New Products, Services on Display

For the fifth year, the What’s New! program will return to the expo floor this summer. Hundreds of new products and services will be identified with an attention-grabbing yellow What’s New! logo.