Friday, March 9, 2012

Olive You

In case you haven’t heard, in less than two months, the oil chemists will meet for the 103rd time since 1909. The 2012 edition of the AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo will be in beautiful Long Beach, California.

As we are in California, it seemed fitting to offer a short course on olive oil (there is also a course on chocolate!!).
Olive Oil Chemistry and Sensory Relationships

This short course will examine a strongly debated area in olive oil quality standards--the extent that chemical methods correlate with olive oil sensory quality.

The content of the course is directed to both a technical audience familiar with olive oil chemical and sensory methods, as well as a non-technical audience interested in the future of olive oil quality standards.

You can find out more about this short course here.  FYI -there is a discount for early registration. It expires March 29, so you might want to register now.

I look forward to seeing everyone in California, it will be here before you know it!

As always, thanks for reading.
Amy Lo |

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