Video: Sensory science in developing countries

How can sensory science lead to more food security in developing countries?

Video interview with Prof. Riette de Kock, University of Pretoria & research chair of the European Sensory Network.

Most of us take it for granted that we have access to nutritious food. For people in many developing countries this is not the case. They might not have enough to eat or only have access to food that does not provide the necessary nutrients. Which role can sensory science play for these consumers? Riette de Kock talks about sensory science in developing countries, her latest research, and the research goals of the European Sensory Network. You can choose between a five or a 13 minute version of the interview.

long version (13 minutes):

short version (5 minutes):