Food Technology



Bees Apiary

The Business of Bees in Food Technology 

Get the buzz on Sean Loh, a final-year Food Technology student who had a one-of-a-kind learning experience during his Overseas Integrated Work Study Programme. 

Hero image, Cassandra (left) with FoodPlant client

Class of 2023: Resilience in the Quest for Skills

Multiple rejections did not deter Cassandra Fong from realising her degree aspirations. The dogged learner is now a proud graduate about to blaze a new trail in her career.

packing and filling

How Two Brands Created a Recipe for Success at FoodPlant

From equipment to expertise, FoodPlant provides the ''ingredients'' that local food manufacturers need to innovate and scale their businesses.

Prof Susanna

Food & Nutrition: Research and Technology

Singapore Institute of Technology’s Vice President (Applied Research), A/Prof Susanna Leong, shares some insights in the importance of food science and technology and how the university is driving research in these key areas.


‘Snacking it Right’ for Sustainability

Three final-year student groups were recognised for their outstanding innovations at the annual Food Technology Project Exhibition and Industry Engagement Day.

All In One: How SIT is Meeting Singapore’s Healthcare Needs

With its comprehensive suite of Allied Health degree programmes, SIT is nurturing the next generation of talent to meet the demand for healthcare professionals.


Using Science and Technology to Create Healthy and Sustainable Snacks

SITizens from the SIT-Massey University Food Technology joint degree programme applied their food characterisation and nutrition knowledge to create a healthy snack. They emerged first runner-up among 38 teams that took part in the local track of the NUS

Healthy, Sustainable and Satiable Snacks

Each year, SIT and Massey University hold a Food Technology Project Exhibition and Industry Engagement Day to showcase students’ creativity in constructing innovative food products.

Nourishing their Passion for Food Technology

Meet Angela and Angeline Goh from SIT-Massey University Food Technology programme.


A Sustainable Future Never Looked More Egg-citing

Converting eggshells into nutrients – an innovative food waste valorisation that could help reduce waste for a circular economy.