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June 23rd, 2006

IFT opens its doors in Orlando

Abstract:
Food technologists and manufacturers will be swarming to Florida tomorrow to learn about the latest ingredients innovations as the 2006 IFT annual meeting and food expo opens its doors in Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center. Nanotechnology will also be a key focus this year.

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