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How to use sensory analysis to meet your objective

  • David H. Lyon
  • Mariko A. Francombe
  • Terry A. Hasdell
  • Ken Lawson

Abstract

The purpose, or objective, of the sensory test should be explored and defined, and the feasibility of success determined, before any work is undertaken. Questions which should be asked to define the objective are discussed in Chapter 1. It is most important that the test selected will answer the question being asked and that the user recognizes the limitations of the test. For example, small samples sipped under controlled conditions will not answer questions related to the use of the product in a family meal.

Keywords

Orange Juice Sensory Analysis Sensory Test Acceptance Test Family Meal 
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Copyright information

© David H. Lyon, Mariko A. Francombe, Terry A. Hasdell and Ken Lawson 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • David H. Lyon
    • 1
  • Mariko A. Francombe
    • 2
  • Terry A. Hasdell
    • 3
  • Ken Lawson
    • 4
  1. 1.Campden Food and Drink Research AssociationUK
  2. 2.RHM Research and Engineering LtdUK
  3. 3.United Biscuits Group Research and Development CentreUK
  4. 4.Mars Confectionery UK LtdUK

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