Feed your future
June 2-5, 2019 | New Orleans, LA

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Walking the expo floor at this year's event, you will get the sense that many ingredient exhibitors have some type of ingredient option that addresses an area of clean label. Here are just a few of IFT18 exhibitors who will be highlighting solutions to help meet consumers' demand for simple and nutritionally beneficial food and beverages.
With obesity-related diseases on the rise, many food and beverage manufacturers are looking at ways to reduce added sugar in products. From more traditional high-intensity options like sucralose and aspartame to natural offerings derived from the stevia plan, expect to see a variety of innovative sugar alternatives at the IFT18 Food Expo, including the solutions from the following exhibitors.
Dairy products and ingredients have many functionalities and are used to address a range of formulation requirements. In its neutral-tasting concentrate and isolate forms, dairy adds protein to bars and workout drinks, and in liquid form, it provides creaminess to beverages and desserts. Take a deeper dive into the IFT18 exhibiting companies in the dairy category.
For diabetes, joint health, muscle building, skin health, weight management, satiety, and more, proteins have stepped into the limelight in healthy foods and beverages. Innovative product development has resulted in protein ingredients being added or increased in prepared meals, soft drinks, sports beverages, chips, cereals, and baked goods, among other product categories.These IFT18 exhibiting companies are on the cutting edge of the protein segment.
Packaging is vital to the safety, shelf-life, and quality of a food and beverage product. In addition, the choice of packaging for transporting products and ingredients can save manufacturers time and money. Here are a few of the packaging-related exhibitors that will be at the IFT18 Food Expo.
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Congratulations to all the IFT Student Association 2017 Competition Winners! And thanks to all the finalist teams that participated.

Tamar Haspel, Washington Post columnist, moderates a discussion on how shifting diets to more plant-based food might impact the environment. Panelists include: Mary Christ-Erwin, Taylor Wallace, Adam Drewnowski, and Jessica Fanzo.

Kelly Hensel, senior digital editor of Food Technology magazine, chats with Nima, Bugeater Foods, and Quigistics about what they have learned and the challenges they face being start-ups in the food industry.

Biosensors are emerging as a potentially revolutionary technology in the study and rapid detection of foodborne pathogens, toxins, allergens, contaminants, and indicators of food quality.