Nicolas Appert Award

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The Nicolas Appert Award is awarded by the Chicago Section of the Institute of Food Technologists for preeminence in and contributions to the field of food technology.[1] The award has been given annually since 1942 and is named after Nicolas Appert, the French inventor of airtight food preservation. Award winners receive a bronze medal with a front view of Appert and a $5000 honorarium. This is considered one of the highest honors in food technology.[2]

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Source: IFT

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