Sensory and consumer Member Interest Group
Chair: Liz Wilks, Asia Pulp and Paper
MIG Manager: Emma Burton
Designing food and drinks for personalisation of diets for different life stages
Design and modelling of the impact of food structure on food texture
The impact of sensory substantiation claims on consumers’ purchase decisions
This MIG provides a unique forum for sensory and market research professionals to discuss areas of common interest. It addresses applications and developments in methods related to sensory analysis with trained assessors and to market research with consumers. Methods for the statistical analysis of sensory and consumer data are also discussed.
Members participating in this MIG are encouraged to share ideas and approaches through informal presentations, small discussion groups and exchange of information on topical issues. Progress on member funded research projects is assessed through regular presentations by Campden BRI staff, and external speakers provide further background information on other relevant topics.
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