Global specifications for flavoring raw materials and flavorings represent a major challenge for all involved parties, including manufacturers, suppliers, flavorists, regulators and traders. The main objective of the work presented here is the standardization of analytical, microbiological and sensorial test scopes on a global basis. This publication describes a decision tree-based approach to such globally standardized specifications for the flavor industry.
A Structured Approach toward Standardized Specifications for the Flavor Industry
March 18, 2009
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