It is governed by members comprised of its founding economic development organizations: the Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO); Innovate Mississippi; the Wisconsin Security Research Consortium; the Georgia Research Alliance; Pennsylvania's Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority; the California Association for Local Economic Development; the Kansas Bioscience Authority; the Center for Innovation at Arlington, Texas; and the Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT) in Toledo, Ohio.
What does CIFT stand for?
CIFT stands for Center for Innovative Food Technology (est. 1955; Toledo, OH)
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- Credit Indemnity & Financial Services
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- Cayman Islands Financial Services Association (Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands)
- Cyprus International Financial Services Association Limited
- Canadian Investment Funds Standards Committee
- Crystal Ice Figure Skating Club (Wisconsin)
- California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section
- Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology
- Chinese Institute of Food Science and Technology
- Center for Innovative Financial Technology (University of California, Berkeley)
- Center for Interactive Financial Training (London, UK)
- Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (Cochin, India)
- Commecs Institute of Faculty Training (Karachi, Pakistan)
- Community Infrastructure Focus Team
- Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement (bilateral trade agreement implemented in 1997)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
793,000 for the Center for Innovative Food Technology in Toledo, Ohio by House Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee member Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio).
is currently working with Tennessee Valley Authority, the Center for Innovative Food Technology and private consultants to create a plan to reduce energy consumption, minimize waste and increase efficiency throughout their operations.