Odors in the Food Industry

  • Xavier Nicolay

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Elefteria Psillakis, Vassilis Gekas
    Pages 1-13
  3. Elefteria Psillakis
    Pages 15-39
  4. Elefteria Psillakis
    Pages 41-45
  5. Saverio Mannino, Simona Benedetti, Susanna Buratti, Maria Stella Cosio
    Pages 47-56
  6. Guõrún Ólafsdóttir, Kristberg Kristbergsson
    Pages 57-74
  7. Regina Nabais
    Pages 75-104
  8. Regina Nabais
    Pages 105-123
  9. Bram Sercu, João Peixoto, Kristof Demeestere, Toon van Elst, Herman Van Langenhove
    Pages 125-158
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 159-162

About these proceedings


The ISEKI-Food book series is a collection where various aspects of food safety and environmental issues are introduced and reviewed by scientists specializing in the field. In all of the books a special emphasis is placed on including case studies applicable to each specific topic. The books are intended for graduate students and senior level undergraduate students as well as professionals and researchers interested in food safety and environmental issues applicable to food safety.

"ISEKI-Food" is an acronym for "Integrating Safety and Environmental Knowledge Into Food Studies". Participants in the ISEKI-Food network, coordinated by Professor Cristina Silva at The Catholic University of Portugal, come from 29 countries in Europe and most of the institutes and universities involved with Food Science education at the university level in Europe are represented. Some international companies and non teaching institutions have also participated in the network. The main objectives of ISEKI-Food are to improve the harmonization of studies in food science and engineering in Europe and to develop and adapt food science curricula emphasizing the inclusion of safety and environmental topics.

Odors in the Food Industry, the second volume of the ISEKI-Food book series, discusses the diverse questions raised by odors in the food industry and the closely related Volatile Organic Compounds. Topics range from perception of the issue to implementation of regulations, from prevention of the problems to their possible treatment, through specific case studies and analysis methods illustrating the different measurement technologies. The goal is to raise future industrial decision-makers’ awareness in odors and air pollution problems and present the appropriate tools to better apprehend and manage odors problems, should they ever be confronted with this type of situation whether as a victim or as a liable actor.


About the Editor

Xavier Nicolay is a head researcher at the environmental department at the Institut Meurice in Brussels, Belgium.


About the Series Editor

Kristberg Kristbergsson is Professor of Food Science at the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Iceland, Iceland.



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Editors and affiliations

  • Xavier Nicolay
    • 1
  1. 1.Service de Génie Chimique & Biochimique Instiut Meurice – HELdBBrusselsBelgium

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