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The latest news about IFT17 reported by the Food Technology magazine editorial team. Make sure to check back often for highlights of can’t-miss events, interviews with speakers, and trends from the Food Expo floor. And, during the event, live reporting means that you won’t miss out on anything.
Whole grains and ancient grains appeal to consumers seeking healthier food options while giving manufacturers the opportunity to call out the ingredients to set their products apart from others. 
Ready for a deep dive into educational programming on issues ranging from current hot topics to new cold plasma technologies?

At IFT17, attendees interested in the Certified Food Scientist (CFS) program have several opportunities to learn how the credential can benefit their organization or career.
Attend the IFT17 Division Networking Reception to enjoy an open bar and complimentary appetizers while networking with representatives from all 24 of IFT’s divisions.
“Go with Purpose” is this year’s IFT17 theme. For attendees, this means come with questions, ideas, curiosity, and knowledge. 
Since the Certified Food Scientist (CFS) program was introduced in 2013, more than 1,800 food science professionals in 55 countries have earned the credential, which recognizes applied scientific knowledge and skills. 
Whole grains and ancient grains appeal to consumers seeking healthier food options while giving manufacturers the opportunity to call out the ingredients to set their products apart from others. 
Ready for a deep dive into educational programming on issues ranging from current hot topics to new cold plasma technologies?

Photos from IFT17