Over the past century our food supply chain has developed into a global industry, where technology is used to constantly improve production, yield, food properties and food handling.

There are several aspects of the food and beverage sector that require an understanding of surface and interfacial interactions. In the development of food products, the understanding of fundamental biomolecular interactions is important. Interfacial rheology also plays a huge role in the stability of food products.

In addition to the food products themselves, the appearance of the food packaging must be considered and the strict cleanliness requirements in food processing facilities must also be taken into account.


Webinar: Interfacial Rheology: From fundamentals to applications

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