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COVID-19: Is the Nutrition Sector Immune?

May 2020
--- The COVID-19 pandemic has caused supply chain interruptions and employment challenges beyond anything that the ingredients or nutritionals sectors have ever seen before. It has also led to the cancellation or postponement of key events that would normally have served as springboards to communicate the latest innovations within the field. One example is the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Food Expo, which was due to take place in Chicago (July 12-15), that has been completely replaced by a “virtual trade show experience” this year. 
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