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In this webcast, participants learn how glass transition temperature (Tg) and food polymer science are recognized as providing important information regarding the stability of amorphous foods, especially amorphous food powders.
This webcast will introduce a tested framework for building world class talent and focus on the talent management processes that an organization must execute in order to source, assemble or recruit, orient, and assess and develop leadership, manage careers ansd leadership succession over time, and ultimately manage leadership performance and retention.
There is great interest in developing and utilizing novel food ingredients for health maintenance and improvement. This webcast discusses the lessons learned from conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) as a potential model for future endeavors in this area.
This webcast, supported by the IFT Extension & Outreach division, provides an update on the current science in USDA home food preservation recommendations as well as the resources available to professionals.
In partnership with and organized by the IFT Washington DC Section, this webcast illustrates the existing dietary supplement regulations using sports nutrition supplements as a case study and shows how the responsible industry is moving forward to positively influence the science behind supplements.
Recent large, long-term studies start to show that coffee offers protection against type 2 diabetes, some cancers and neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
In partnership with and organized by the IFT Washington DC Section, this webcast provides perspectives on international food standards, government initiatives to ensure the safety of imported products, and the resources available to food companies to operate in developed and developing countries.
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