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2012 in food science: Is phosphorus the new trans-fat? HFCS, GMOs, organics, gluten sensitivity and measuring calories...

By Elaine WATSON , 21-Dec-2012

From new research into the relationship between excess dietary phosphorus and the risk of cardiovascular disease to questions over the accuracy of how we currently measure calories, 2012 was an action packed year in the field of food research.  Check out this FoodNavigator-USA picture gallery of highlights.

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IFT 2016 part two: Ingredients and trends to watch

IFT 2016 part two: Ingredients and trends to watch

In part two of our IFT 2016 highlights gallery, we explore trends from the showfloor and the...

IFT video vox pop: What do US businesses think of TTIP?

IFT video vox pop: What do US businesses think of TTIP?

From the Wisconsin cheese manufacturer who must invent cheese names to market its 'Parmesan' cheese to the...

IFT 2016: Bad science, correlation vs causation, consumer trends

IFT 2016 part one: Bad science, correlation vs causation, and what consumers think clean label means

What's on trend at IFT 2016? Protein remains hot, non-GMO is even hotter, and the pressure to...

Tomato manufacturers engage consumers with sophisticated packaging

Tomato manufacturers engage consumers with sophisticated packaging

Produce manufacturers are taking a page from CPG companies’ playbook by using increasingly sophisticated packaging to create...

IFT 2016: eBeam processing, plant-based proteins, genomics

Your guide to IFT 2016: From eBeam processing to brainfood, plant-based proteins & genomics

Are all these 'alternative proteins' as sustainable as we think? Is there real money to be made...

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