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Find out why IFST member Sue Purcell joined IFST, here involvement with the Professional Food Sensory Group (PFSG), her biggest achievement and how she keeps up to date with food science and technology news.
IFST provides its members with an interest in sensory with the opportunity to engage and share knowledge/interests with fellow members.
If you are a professional food sensory scientist, why not find our more about our Professional Food Sensory Group (PFSG) and how to join.
The Professional Food Sensory Group (PFSG) organises an annual sensory conference.
Previous conference reviews:
2013: >>>Fast Forward>>>
2012: A Sense of Change
2011: Back to the Future
The Professional Food Sensory Group (PFSG), hosts a number of lunchtime discussion workshops for their members throughout the year.
Next workshop: 08 October 2013, Nottingham
What can Sensory Science learn from the challenges faced in personal and household care testing?
The Professional Food Sensoy Group (PFSG) coordinates a quarterly e-newsletter "Sensory Matters", designed to keep members informed about the latest issues and interests in the world of food sensory.
IFST offers up to £500 for travel to any conference/meeting with themes relating to food and consumer sensory science.
See what's happening on our online discussion forum. Please note that you must be an IFST member to access this forum.
Why not join our LinkedIn group
The Professional Food Sensory Group (PFSG) are members of the European Sensory Society (E3S). Read its latest news.
IFST offers accreditation of sensory training courses at both Foundation and Intermediate level.
Ethical and Professional Practices for the Sensory Analysis of Foods Guidelines
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