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Departments: Measuring Quality in Cultured Dairy Products

Cultured dairy products such as yogurt, sour cream and the like exhibit several physical properties which give them their unique character. Consumers may subjectively describe these as firmness, creaminess, thickness or even heaviness or lightness. Manufacturers can find subjective, sensory terms like these difficult to measure in the lab, and impossible to use for setting upper and lower quality control limits.

Departments: Addressing Pesticide Residue

The European Union, through the newly formed European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), is widely recognized as one of the strictest regulatory agencies in the world governing the production and distribution of consumable agricultural products. Whether its zeal is driven by France’s long standing claim as the birthplace of gastronomy or the fact that many countries with different food traditions share patch-worked borders or by consumer concern for food safety fueled by well- publicized scares over BSE...

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