Containing a selection of papers presented at an international conference, this volume reviews the need for increased training in the food industry in order to bridge the gap between standards in Eastern and Western Europe and the USA. Higher education is discussed, including the training of food technicians. European initiatives such as ERASMUS and Network are also described. The text includes coverage of the importance of international trade and consumer protection acts, including a description of the needs of various groups and future developments.... nutrition, chemical-, mechanical- and electrical-engineering, information technology, economics and management, etc., as well ... including preparation of a project on a chosen industrial problem, which is defended viva voce before a panel.
|Title||:||Education and Training in Food Science|
|Author||:||Ian Douglas Morton, J. Lenges|
|Publisher||:||Woodhead Publishing - 1992|