New Orleans, LA—More than 18,000 of the world’s top food science and technology professionals attended the 2014 Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting & Food Expo, June 21–24, to learn about the latest food ingredient and technology developments. This year, IFT celebrated its 75th anniversary by featuring brand new exhibits and events such as Diamonds & Donations, an Interactive Timeline, the Innovation Center and the FutureFood 2050 program.
Hoboken, NJ—New research may help improve psoriasis symptoms including redness, skin hardening and flaking without side effects and improve the effectiveness of standard psoriasis treatments, according to a peer-reviewed study published in Panminerva Medica.
Edison, NJ—White matter lesions (WMLs) of the brain that partially obstruct blood flow are associated with problems like stroke and cognitive decline and could be linked to future stroke risk. A new study, published in Stroke, suggests that a full-spectrum palm-derived mixed tocotrienol complex (Tocomin SupraBio, from Carotech, based here) may help.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is standing by its 2007 proposed rule that denies certain nutrient content claims for foods and supplements that contain DHA, EPA and ALA. This final rule inks the agency’s thinking on the matter without any substantive changes from the 2007 publication.