Why Partner with IFT
If you’re looking to align your brand with a leading, relevant, innovative partner that can provide you access to the key decision makers in the food industry, you need to partner with IFT.
Access Through Targeted Channels
IFT also provides its large community of members and customer resources to help them with their buying decisions including the annual Food Expo product and service directories, and classified ads in Food Technology magazine. But these are only a small sample of the options available to companies looking to get their products and services in front of food business decision makers.
Learn More About IFT’s Advertising and Sponsorship Options
IFT’s Media Kit will help you choose the right promotional opportunities for your organization to help you make targeted, make strategic business connections and grow your business.
Give us a call, and we will tailor a package to meet your specific objectives.
Download the Media Kit to learn more about the various options available.
Chef Gerard Viverito recently joined BlueNalu, a cellular aquaculture startup, where his passion for seafood sustainability and international culinary arts will help him show consumers that cell-based seafood can mimic regular seafood in taste and texture.
Keeping food safe and fresh is a key part of the product development cycle. Various preservatives, antioxidants, antimicrobials, and extracts help reduce the growth of mold and pathogens, prevent oxidation, and stabilize flavors, colors, and aromas. These ingredients include chemical preservatives and a growing class of naturally derived or plant-based compounds.
Pitch events and incubator programs can help fledgling food startups gain exposure and garner funding for their groundbreaking business concepts.
Separate research from the University of Illinois and Tufts University have examined new bioprocesses for producing tagatose in a more cost-effective manner.
A study published in The Journal of Nutrition suggests that eating walnuts daily as part of a healthy diet may increase certain bacteria in the gut that can help promote health.
Gathered Foods, makers of Good Catch plant-based seafood products, announced the closing of a $32 million series B funding round, which includes two key industry investors: Greenleaf Foods and 301 INC, the venture arm of General Mills.
PepsiCo has announced plans to achieve 100% renewable electricity for its U.S. direct operations this year. The United States is the food and beverage company’s largest market and accounts for nearly half of its total global electricity consumption.
As a part of a planned organizational change, Aryzta has appointed Tyson Yu as CEO of Aryzta North America effective February 1, and as a member of the group executive committee, reporting to Kevin Toland, group CEO.
A study published in the European Journal of Preventive Care explores the associations of tea consumption with the risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) and all-cause mortality in more than 100,000 Chinese adults.
With a new year upon us, IFT’s Science and Policy Initiative team predicts 5 trends that will play a role in shaping the global food industry in 2020 and beyond.
A deep desire to work toward greater connectedness intensifies urgency and commitment for IFT’s newly appointed Diversity and Inclusion leader.