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June 2-5, 2019 | New Orleans, LA

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A walk around the show floor is sure to yield an impressive supply of product development inspiration.
Andrew Pelling began his featured presentation on Monday by telling a story about his younger self—an eager graduate student who was constantly designing experiments based on whatever sparked his curiosity. 
First given in 1970, the IFT Fellow designation recognizes exemplary contributions to the field of food science and technology. Nominees must have been members of IFT for at least 15 years. Congratulations to the 2017 IFT Fellows.
On Sunday afternoon, Phi Tau Sigma and IFT paid tribute and awarded student finalists of the division poster competition. 
Jozef Kokini is currently the Scholle Endowed Chair in Food Processing in the Dept. of Food Science at Purdue University. Kokini was honored as the recipient of the 2017 Nicolas Appert Award on Sunday, June 25, at the Awards Celebration.
The winning entries offer solutions to today’s food issues and trends of clean label, sodium reduction, and simple and rapid analysis for enhanced quality control.
Video competition finalists highlight research related to challenges in the wine industry and aquaculture.  
Products from finalist teams address themes of health, convenience, and indulgence.
Five teams will participate in the final rounds of the Disney–IFTSA Product Development Competition.
New this year, the IFT Central booth will provide a full schedule of informative presentations regarding all things IFT.