The NASA Advanced Food Technology project is currently working to address the issues of food variety, weight, volume, nutrition and trash disposal through research and external academic and commercial collaborations," said Cooper.
What does AFT stand for?
AFT stands for Advanced Food Technology
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The award-winning video follows IFT member, Michele Perchonok, Advanced Food Technology Manager at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and members of the food science team in Houston, Texas, as they conduct their work in the Space Food Systems Laboratory.
Quantum Food Design (QFD), a leading carbohydrate engineering and advanced food technology company, has introduced OTTIS, an all-natural, low glycemic, nutritionally fortified, superpremium ice-cream.
Earlier studies at the Rutgers University Center for Advanced Food Technology in New Brunswick, N.
Mass Spectrometry Lab Manager at Rutgers University Center for Advanced Food Technology.
It's a natural extension of our existing franchise in nutritional supplements that promote a healthy lifestyle through advanced food technology.
The new formula was developed after months of studies and tests in conjunction with MasterTaste of Teterboro, NJ, and William Franke, PhD, Associate Director of the Center for Advanced Food Technology at Rutgers University and a NuVim Board member.
The no cal and low cal ready-to-drink 710EGCG "inabottle" green teas are produced by the Center of Advanced Food Technology, Rutgers University, New Jersey, using tea leaves containing at least 7.