Jon Poole: The IFST is co-operating ‘very well’ with its US equivalent


Food challenges are common globally: skills boss

By Mike Stones

Food industry challenges are the same throughout the world, and different regions can learn from each other in tackling them, the boss of the Institute of Food Science and Technology (IFST) has claimed.

Grace Foods launched a scholarship with Brunel University, London

Caribbean food firm Grace Foods starts scholarship

By Matt Atherton

Caribbean food manufacturer Grace Foods has launched a scholarship programme with Brunel University, London, in a bid to boost the number of male British students with a Caribbean background studying at UK universities.

Competition to find nutrition-specific placements in the UK is tough, said Andrea Parodi

Food firms should boost student work placements: IFST

By Michael Stones

Food and drink manufacturers should boost the number, quality and range of work experience placements for students, said the Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST), after surveying 80 employers, including Premier Foods, Coca-Cola and Unilever.

Opening its doors next month: Wigan University Technical College

New college opens its doors to careers in food and drink

By Gary Scattergood

Next month Wigan University Technical College (UTC), which will specialise in providing young people between 14 and 18 with the skills required to embark on careers in food and drink manufacture, will open its doors.

IFST elects new president

IFST elects new president

The Institute of Food Science and Technology (IFST) has elected Professor Carol Phillips as president.Phillips completed her BSc and PhD in...

Beacon Foods recruits top graduates

Beacon Foods recruits top graduates

Leading British ingredients specialist Beacon Foods has recruited five food science graduates, underlining its commitment to achieving the highest...


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