Materials and objects in contact with food (packaging) as a source of potential contamination and sensory defects

The main purpose of food packaging is to protect the food it contains. However, their use is not free from hazards. As stated in Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council, "any material or article intended to come into contact directly or indirectly with food must be sufficiently inert to

2023-12-22T11:47:29+00:0022 de December de 2023|

Sensory Preference of the Consumer

Is my product preferred to that offered by my competitors?     In a competitive market, if the consumer doesn’t consider your product to be different and preferential, they will not hesitate to try other similar available alternatives. Buying behaviour is ever less faithful to brands and the consumer is continuously demanding a better quality/price

2023-12-22T11:49:27+00:0021 de December de 2021|

Expert technical advice in sensory analysis

    The "sensory" management of your product is essential for its proper development, at any of its development stages. There are many methodologies and tests in sensory analysis that, with the results they provide, can help us in different ways. For example, there are also many different ways to carry out studies with consumers

2023-12-21T13:45:43+00:0021 de December de 2021|

Training an expert tasting panel at your company

An expert tasting panel is the only tool that enables you to accurately and reliably visualize the sensory characteristics of your product. The sensory profiles obtained by the panel of samplers, experts in your product, will allow you to understand and compare its sensory properties. You will be able to compare different samples of the

2023-12-22T11:54:44+00:0021 de December de 2021|

Nutri-Score and the consumer

Only 32% of consumers acknowledge having seen the nutri-score logo on a food product The results of our last OPINNION show us that only 32% of our interviewees in the survey acknowledge having seen the NUTRI-SCORE logo printed on a food product. This figure rises to 47% among young people aged between 18 and

2022-01-03T16:02:46+00:0021 de December de 2021|

Sustainable packaging

42% of consumers would be willing to pay more for foods that are sustainable In our second wave SILLIKER OPINNION PANEL we asked consumers about various aspects relating to sustainability and food products. The survey was carried out during the month of June at our Sensory Centres in Madrid and Barcelona. To start with,

2022-01-03T16:04:05+00:0021 de December de 2021|
Go to Top