Introducing Food Science is designed as a textbook for undergraduate level classes, as well as for non-major students who nevertheless need to understand food science.
What does this book cover?
Introducing Food Science, Second Edition explores food science in four distinct stages, each building upon what you learned in the last. It includes quantitative methods, and explores food science from both the scientific/academic perspective and that of commerce and industry. Finally, Introducing Food Science takes the time to explore each of the sub-disciplines of food science in turn.
The 2nd edition of Introducing Food Science offers important new features, such as:
About the Author
Robert L. Shewfelt is a part of the University of Georgia, serving as a Professor Emeritus of Food Science and Technology. He has taught everything from freshman level Chocolate Science to a virtual commercial experience Food Processing Lab. Now in retirement, he is still a prolific author.
In Introducing Food Science, Second Edition, he delivers a comprehensive overview of the field which makes an excellent text for undergraduates or for non-majors in upper level classes.