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Every year, billions of dollars are spent by food manufacturers to move water in and out of food products. As a food scientist, I'm on a mission to understand how this can be done better.

 

Hosted by Zachary Cartwright, Ph.D.
Lead FOOD Scientist at METER Group

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Episode 29: Cael Bar

Today my guest is Cael Byrd, the founder and owner of Cael Bar, a company specializing in energy bars and pet treats. Cael’s vision for his company came from his desire to provide his family with healthy, energizing snacks.
Podcast31 minutes
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Episode 28: Sonoran Roots

Today my guest is Jeremy Basha, the Chief Revenue Officer at Sonoran Roots, a recreational cannabis company known for its large-scale cultivation, extraction, and dispensary operations throughout Arizona.
Podcast25 minutes
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Episode 27: Melissa Coppel Chocolate and Pastry School

Our guest is Melissa Coppel. She founded the Melissa Coppel Chocolate and Pastry School based in Las Vegas, NV. We talked about how she uses water activity in her curriculum to help students learn about shelf life and moisture migration. Let's hear what Melissa has to say on Water In Food.
Podcast40 minutes
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Episode 26: Kemin Industries

Gregg Schieffer, an associate scientist at Kemin Industries, joins Zachary Cartwight on the Water in Food Podcast.
Podcast18 minutes
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Episode 25: Clif Bar

Every year, billions of dollars are spent by food manufacturers to move water in and out of food products. As a food scientist, I'm on a mission to understand how this can be done better.
Podcast25 minutes
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Episode 24: ITEGA (Institute of Packaging Technology and Food Engineering)

My guest is Dr. Anne Maltais, a senior scientist and researcher at the Institute of Packaging Technology and Food Engineering, located in Montreal, Canada. The Institute develops innovative and eco-responsible packaging solutions. Let's hear what Anne has to say on Water In Food.
Podcast29 minutes
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Episode 23: Mori Food Technology

Nadia Hallaj of Mori. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Mori is known as being an anti-waste company, specializing in keeping food fresher for longer by using nature-inspired protection.
Podcast55 minutes
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Episode 22: Hostess Brands

Dr. Allen works in a fast-paced environment and is always looking for new solutions and technologies to improve her team’s R&D processes. In this episode we will be learning about how she is using this data to save time and make predictions about new products.
Podcast29 minutes
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Episode 21: Science Says with Beatrice Zatorska

Beatrice Zatorska joins the podcast to discuss an emerging platform for food science professionals and researchers. Let's hear what Beatrice has to say on Water In Food ...
Podcast23 minutes
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