Survey of Flavor Science
The Flavor Research and Education Center is proud to be partnering with the American Chemical Society - Department of Professional Education to offer a brand new flavor short course titled "Survey of Flavor Science." This first-time course blends the extensive experience of "application oriented" FREC instructors with ACS's expertise in course design to bring you a valuable course in flavor science.
Flavor is part of virtually every food product, not to mention a growing list of general consumer products outside the food/ag sector. The breadth of industry applications for flavors means two things: 1) the global market for food flavoring and the use of flavor in other products is ever-growing ($24B+) and 2) in order to successfully develop specific flavor applications, it is crucial to have a firm understanding of flavor systems and flavor chemistry. This survey course provides a wonderful place to start or refresh your basic flavor knowledge. This 2-day course will cover a range of important flavor chemistry and technology topics. The main areas of focus will include basic flavor systems, off-flavors, flavor applications, flavor encapsulation, flavor characterization, flavor perception, and flavor generation/processing. Throughout all sections of the course the instructors will integrate discussion and examples of analytical methods, techniques, and tips that pertain to the topic of concern.
For more information visit the course website "Survey of Flavor Science".