Concerns about food safety discussed at annual IFT expo

Published 7 July 2006

At the annual Institute of Food Technology meeting in Orlando, experts discuss food safety issues that are becoming more problematic, particularly the lack of food processing demand by consumers, and the danger this may pose

The American consumer has become more aware of and attuned to the food manufacturing and processing industries in the past decade, and companies are paying attention. More companies are catering to the demands of customers who now want everything they eat to be natural and preservative free. An example of this trend is the popularity of the Whole Foods Market stores, which push unprocessed, natural — and expensive