Press Release Summary:
Updating and combining terminology and data previously available on 2 ASTM databases, Lexicon for Sensor Evaluation: Aroma, Flavor, Texture, and Appearance, covers large selection of finished products, ingredients, packaging, and chemicals used in development, production, and storage of consumer products. CD offers detailed description of process used for implementing a lexicon for specific product category, product examples, and most frequently used terms to describe ingredients and products.
Original Press Release:
Lexicon for Sensory Evaluation CD Now Available from ASTM International
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., - A new CD-ROM available from ASTM International, Lexicon for Sensory Evaluation: Aroma, Flavor, Texture and Appearance, updates and combines the terminology and data previously available on two separate ASTM databases: DS66: Aroma and Flavor Lexicon for Sensory Evaluation; and DS69: Lexicon for Sensory Attributes Relating to Texture and Appearance.
This unique new resource covers a large selection of finished products, ingredients, packaging and chemicals used in the development, production and storage of consumer products. It includes:
Lexicon for Sensory Evaluation: Aroma, Flavor, Texture and Appearance, is intended to assist descriptive analysis panels and panel leaders in developing and defining terms to describe perceived tactile and visual attributes of foods, personal care products, fabrics, household cleaners, and more. It is available on CD-ROM for $199 USD (ISBN: 978-0-8031-7025-4; Stock #: DS72), Available for one user, single PC access only; for multiple users, contact call 1-877-909-ASTM.
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