Nordic Sensory Workshop ”A taste of the future” Oslo 12 mai 2015

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12 mai arrangerte SSG sammen med Nofima det sekstende Nordic Sensory Workshop på Clarion Hotel Royal Christiana i Oslo.

Rundt 90 deltagere fra 14 land deltok på seminaret som hadde fått tittelen ”A taste of the future”. Et spennende program med foredragsholdere fra alle de nordiske landene i tillegg til Italia og Storbritannia og Canada, tok for seg siste nytt innen flere ulike disipliner.

CHILDREN AND FOOD PREFERENCES

Mari Sandell, University of Turku, Finland – The role of genetics in children’s food preferences

Monica Laureati, University of Milan, Italy – Methods for studying children’s preferences for food

Laila Seppä & Maija Greis, University of Helsinki, Finland – Liking of apples and other fruits among children.

Frida Vennerød, Nofima, Norway – Experiences from sensitivity and preference testing with 3-year old children.

TAILORMADE HEALTHY FOOD

Joanne Hort, University of Nottingham, UK – Individual differences in sensory perception

Tone Nyvold, Orkla Foods Norge, Norway – How we make healthier food taste good!

Adalheidur Ólafsdóttir Matís, Iceland – Healthy foods containing marine based ingredients.

Sara Spinelli, University of Bologna, Italy – Rethinking the communication of the sensory diversity of extra virgin olive oils: the culinary and emotional profile.

John Castura, Compusense Inc, Canada – Improved interpretation of TDS and TCATA curves using reference lines.

NORDIC FOOD TRENDS

Gunnar Karl Gislason, DILL Restaurant, Reykjavik, Iceland – Nordic Food trends from a chefs perspective

Jonas Astrup Pedersen, Nordic Food Lab, Denmark – Sustainable and transformative food trends: examples from our work

Åsa Öström, Örebro University, Grythyttan, Sweden – Gastronomy in a sensory and cultural perspective

Andreas Viestad, Geitmyra Culinary Centre for Children, Norway – The Future and Past of Nordic Food Trends. Children are the future and the parents are lost

SSG benyttet også anledning til å lansere sin nye sensorikk bok “Sensorikk – måling med menneskelige sanser”. Neste Nordic Sensory Workshop er i mai 2017 i Gøteborg, Sverige.