CAN BE USED FOR
- Validate olfactive properties of ingredients and products before, during and after delivery
- Determine abnormal characteristics due to geographic region or quality grade
- Identify counterfeit or damaged materials
Cost of Quality
- Enable objective odor standardization for fully manufactured products
- Ensure odor defects are not transferred from packaging materials to products
- Control olfaction quality for more consistent customer experiences
- Optimizing and validating clean-in-place protocols
- In-process control of odor evolution for reactions like fermentation or maturation
- Automated raw material grading and assessment for 24/7 operations
Comparisons between Human Panels and NeOse Advance in QC and Process Optimization
Watch this presentation from the 2022 Digital Olfaction Summit from Jeremiah Bechtold, Antique Candle.
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