Sensory Evaluation of Cheese

Sunday, March 19, 2017 (All day)

One of the main factors driving consumer choice is the sensory quality of the final product. This one-day training will provide you with the fundamental tools to control and define the sensory quality of cheese, offering basic sensory training to describe and record the sensory characteristics of your cheese, as well as resourceful information and quality control systems to prevent defects in cheese.

This intensive training combines practical hands-on exercises with technical lectures, making it very interesting and enjoyable but at the same time offering very valuable information to prevent making, selling or buying defective products. The training is also an unique opportunity to improve your food sensory skills and the understanding of cheese quality, from beginners and advanced cheesemakers, marketing and sales representatives, to quality managers, technicians, cheese mongers, chefs, and everyone else that would like to explore the fascinating world of cheese.

Cheesemakers are welcome to bring samples of their products for evaluation to get practical feedback from Dr. Almena-Aliste.

Location:

Vermont Tech, Norwich Farms

Address:

723 Turnpike Rd. Norwich, VT
norwich, VT 05055
United States

Cost:

175

Contact Name:

Molly Willard