Welcome to the Northeast Section of the Institute of Food
a professional society for the food industry,
encompassing Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island and Maine.
The depth of knowledge, diversity, and technology that is represented by
the people and companies of this region is extensive. Whether you are
new to the industry or a seasoned veteran, you can be sure to learn something
through the interesting people, informative speakers, and outstanding tours
that the programming committee presents each year.
welcome any comments or questions and look forward to hearing from anyone
interested in participating on any committee, making phone calls or sharing
ideas for future meetings. Please feel free to contact anyone on the Executive Board, using the link above.
Associate Culinary Scientist - CT
QA Supervisor - Boston area
R&D Package Development Engineer
Quality Technician- NH
Quality Assurance Technician- MA
Quality Assurance Manager-MA
Logistics/Customer Service- MA
Sales Manager/Business Development-MA
Technical Inside Sales Specialist- NH
R&D Technician- MA
Check our '' Career Opportunities" Page for full listings!
Looking to fill those internship positions? We have students ready!
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Cake Symposium 2014:
Come join fellow researchers and technologists to share recent progress and insights in the broad area of cakes. We are very pleased to announce that KU Leuven and UMass Amherst are able to gather some of the most internationally recognized scientists with expertise in the complex world of cakes for the second international Cake Symposium in Boston -- offering you an elaborate and varying scientific program endorsed by AACC International , LFoRCe and Puratos. For registration and program information go to, www.cakesymposium.org
Ohio State University will be hosting the 2014 International Nonthermal Processing Workshop with the theme “Nonthermal Processing Systems for Healthy and Sustainable Foods.”
Early bird registration is in effect until August 15th. Click here to register.
An exciting slate of speakers will share recent advances, future research and commercialization opportunities of different nonthermal-processing technologies including high pressure processing, pulsed electric field processing, UV, cold plasma, and food irradiation.
Participants will also have an excellent opportunity to network with experts from industry, government and academia.
A one-day Nonthermal Processing Short Course is being organized prior to the workshop for new users of the nonthermal technologies. An optional tour of Ohio Avure Technology facility is arranged on October 24.
For additional information and for registration of workshop and short course, please visit workshop website http://u.osu.edu/osunonthermal/
"A Taste of New England"
Thursday, October 30, 2014
The bi-annual celebration of all thats wonderful in our region's food industry!
Watch for your chance to participate and attend.
Hosted this year by Northeastern University!