Research at Campden BRI


From January 2011 newsletter     


The 2011 issue of our Research Programme document is now available - giving details of all the research projects currently being undertaken at Campden BRI. To receive an electronic copy of this document, send an e-mail to auto@campden.co.uk, with the subject line: send RP2011

Also available via this route for members only are all of our latest R&D reports. To receive one of these send an e–mail with the subject line: send RDxxx where xxx is the number of the report.

The reports published in 2010 were:

R&D 303

The Napping technique: a rapid alternative for acquiring a sensory map of products

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R&D 302

Fungal behaviour at cold temperatures


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R&D 301

Analysis of mycotoxins in cereals


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R&D 300

Rapid methods for analysis of sodium in bread


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R&D 299

Whole room disinfection


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R&D 298

Reducing the microbial counts on turkey carcasses using lactic acid

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R&D 297

Reducing the microbial counts on chicken broilers using lactic acid

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R&D 296

The thinning of soups by Bacillus spp. (B. subtilis, B. licheniformis and B. megaterium) and amylases produced by B. licheniformis

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R&D 295

The effects of on–pack images on consumers' expectations and product experiences

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R&D 294

Fungal forensics: an evaluation of three commercial identification and characterisation systems

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R&D 293

The relative importance of environmental concerns and ethical practices when consumers make food and drink purchasing decisions. Part 2

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R&D 292

Consumers' interpretation of on–pack communication: findings from focus group research and literature review


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