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"…state-of-the-art....Present[s] the most recent methods in flavor, off-flavor, and malodor analysis."
—Food Trade Review
"This book is very interesting and covers many facets of flavor analysis. … will surely contribute to the advancement of flavor and fragrance research."
—IASI Polytechnic Magazine
" … an interesting book that makes a significant contribution to advancing this fascinating topic."
Ray Marsili has published over 30 papers on food and flavor chemistry in refereed chemistry journals, as well as over 100 technical papers for trade publications and numerous chapters for flavor chemistry and dairy chemistry books. He served as a contributing editor of Food Product Design magazine, editor of R&D magazine's Sample Preparation Newsletter, and lecturer in organic chemistry at Rock Valley College, Rockford, Illinois. He has edited two previous books on flavor and odor analysis: Techniques for Analyzing Food Aroma (1997) and Flavor, Fragrance and Odor Analysis (2002). He has over 30-years' experience as an R&D analytical laboratory manager/flavor chemist for major national and international food and ingredient companies. Today, he is an independent analytical flavor consultant, with a laboratory at Rockford College, Rockford.