Awards & Competitions
About 550 runners and walkers took off from Burnham Harbor this morning for the 16th Annual IFTSA and Feeding Tomorrow Fun Run and Walk, which raises money to support Feeding Tomorrow’s scholarship fund.
The three winners of the IFT16 Food Expo Innovation Awards exemplify the top food industry trends and agendas of clean label, sustainability, and food safety with inventive, yet practical solutions.
Six student teams will vie for top honors in the 2016 Developing Solutions for Developing Countries product development competition during IFT16.
E. Allen Foegeding, PhD, is a William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor of Food Science at North Carolina State University and the editor in chief of IFT scientific journals. Foegeding was honored as the recipient of the 2016 Nicolas Appert Award on Saturday, July 16, at the Awards Celebration.
On Saturday afternoon, Phi Tau Sigma and IFT paid tribute and awarded student finalists of the division poster competition. Students from many universities across the globe received certificates and awards in various categories based on the division discipline, such as Aquatic Food Products, Dairy, and Nonthermal Processing. Congratulations to the following winners of the Phi […]
Fellow is a unique professional distinction conferred on individuals with outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and contributions to the food science and technology field. Congratulations to the 2016 IFT Fellows.
At IFT15, 3,000 attendees participated in the pedometer challenge sponsored by Wellmune, a Kerry brand, and it’s back and even better this year! With more than 250,000 square feet of walkable floor space at IFT16, join the Be Well, Stay Well – Pedometer Challenge – and walk your way to FREE prizes!
Despite the weather-related cancellation of this year’s Fun Run, all funds donated will still go to the foundation. This year, that will be $140K—breaking last year’s record-setting total.
Five finalist teams will compete in the last phase of the Disney—IFTSA Product Development Competition: Nutritious Food for Kids.
Developing Solutions for Developing Countries student teams will compete in finals at IFT15 with formulations that feature insects as an ingredient.