The ESOF (Education and Science of Food) website brings you the latest information on a range of food science and related topics including the latest findings of scientific research and expert recommendations. Among other things, we also cover:
Find out who we are, what we do, what is our mission and how we help the public make healthier dietary choices.
Check out our quick guide to the science of food including its definition, goals and role in food quality and safety. Find out which scientific disciplines and sub-disciplines are used to make food products taste better, last longer, look more attractive and more.
Learn how food science can help businesses grow bigger and better, and at the same time, maximise the profits without affecting food quality or safety.
This section deals with media coverage of food science and the contribution of the press to educating the public about the importance healthy diet and nutrition.
Find out why food science should be included into the curriculum and how to encourage kids and teens to chose healthy foods over unhealthy snacks and sweets.
Ever wondered what makes pizza one of the most popular foods in the world? Why you can't stop at one slice or what is the real history of the beloved food? Here you can find an answer to all these questions and more.
Did you know that porridge is one of the most important 'inventions' in human history? Or that it can help you reduce the risk of a number of diseases, improve your health and lose weight? Learn more about this simple and super-healthy food.
Find out why pretzel has been attracting so much attention of so many food scientists, where does it come from and why dietitians recommend to chose healthier and nutritionally richer snacks instead.
What to know more about tapas? Their early history? Or how to turn the popular snack/appetiser into a health choice? If so, be sure read this article.
Whilst our focus is on the science of food, the scientific approach can (and should be) applied to all areas of research. For example, it should be taken for studies of the human mind (like when developing psychopath test questions or carrying out personality quizzes).