Application of flavouring materials in flavoured products
With four separate sections, the content in this module provides you with the background you’ll need to understand the practical application of flavours into different products, and their specific requirements.
Section one will look into the physical forms that flavours can take, where you’ll learn the advantage and disadvantages associated with each form, and how they can affect individual products. Section two focuses on the processing and composition of flavoured products, and how they can constrain individual flavours.
Section three allows for further examination into the key categories of flavoured products in the marketplace, and the complex factors involved in each one, as section four allows for further analysis into the testing of flavours in finished food.
In this practical unit, these flavour applications are clearly explained by module creator John Wright, a world class expert with a lifetime of experience in flavour creation. He's also the author of Flavor Creation, the acknowledged definitive book on the subject, which is included as part of this module.
What is included
Studying with ICATS gives you ultimate learning flexibility. With no assignment hand-in dates or fixed exam at the end of the year, you’re free to work through your course modules at your own pace.
As an ICATS student, you’ll have the support of a tutor. Experts in their subjects, your tutor will guide you throughout your studies, giving you advice and research approaches for your final dissertation.
ICATS Learning Pack
All the course materials you’ll need are included in your ICATS Learning Package: workbooks, textbooks, and monographs.
Focus on Industry
These core skills lie at the heart of all careers in the fragrance industry, including evaluation, creation, quality control, and marketing.
You’ll gain an understanding on exactly how finished flavoured products are created
You’ll understand the nature of different flavour forms and which are most useful for specific applications
You’ll learn how to ensure flavoured products remain stable and safe throughout their lifetime and best practice in the entire process of flavour application
By focusing on all key categories of flavoured products, you’ll discover the specific requirements for application in each commodity in detail
Combine units and become Certified
Foundation science and mathematics for the Aroma Trades
Sensory Studies and Odour Taste Language
Aroma materials of natural and synthetic origin
Flavour creation and evaluation
Fragance creation and evaluation
Application of aroma materials in fragranced products
Safety, Regulatory and Environmental Issues in the Aroma Trades
Operations, Logistics and Quality Assurance in the Aroma Trades
Business Environment and Marketing in the Aroma Trades
New Product Development in the Aroma Trades
Project management and the briefing process
Financial and management issues in the aroma trades
Research methods and dissertation proposal