IFT 2016 part one: Bad science, correlation vs causation, and what consumers think clean label means
Picture: Elaine Watson
What's on trend at IFT 2016? Protein remains hot, non-GMO is even hotter, and the pressure to 'clean up' food labels is stronger than ever. Edible insects are still a talking a point, even if the novelty has worn off a little, and beans, peas, chickpeas and lentils are gaining traction. Check out part one of our gallery of highlights from the world's biggest food science symposium.
IFT 2016 part one: Bad science, correlation vs causation, and what consumers think clean label means Tired of 'experts'? Is greater transparency really the answer to everything? Grandma's kitchen cupboard... Correlation is not causation Basic healthy eating advice hasn't changed for decades Give us more 'real' food! Unpronounceable ingredients Clean labels and the law of unintended consequences Priorities... Some like it hot! Herbs, spices, seeds... Juices... with veggies Say cheese! Fermented foods