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Where can food science and technology students work?

Asked by Kendrell, Last updated: Dec 05, 2017

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h.Miaham

H.Miaham

Answered on Oct 17, 2017

Careers in food science and technology require significant formal education. Food scientists and food technologists conduct tests and experiments to try to optimize food production. They typically hold at least a bachelor's degree. Many universities offer both undergraduate and advanced degree programs.

Additionally, some schools give students opportunities to work alongside researchers employed by the university in school-owned dairies, ranches or feedlots. The foods produced are then made available to the community, serving both the immediate school population and the surrounding public. The IFT has a list of approved undergraduate and graduate programs online and offers the Feeding Tomorrow scholarship to qualified students.

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