Linda Costa of Olives In Fact is presenting a table olive sensory training course on the 25th of March, 2015 at Klein Joostenberg.
The training course is to introduce the principles and responsibilities of being a sensory panel member, together with the attributes of table olives that are used internationally for this purpose.
There is a need for a trained sensory panel for table olives in South Africa. All interested parties are welcome to attend in order to determine whether this is something they might wish to pursue on a volunteer basis.
The cost of the course is R800 and the course outline is below:
08H30 – 09H00 > REGISTRATION
09H00 – 09H30 > INTRODUCTION TO SENSORY ANALYSIS
09H30 – 10H00 > HOW A SENSORY PANEL IS CONSTITUTED
10H00 – 11H00 > FACTORS TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT IN THE SET-UP
11H00 – 11H30 > REFRESHMENTS
11H30 – 13H00 > RANKING OF PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES
13H00 – 14H00 > LUNCH
14H00 – 15H00 > IDENTIFYING AND RANKING OF DEFECTS
15H00 – 16H00 > TASTING TABLE OLIVES
16H00 – 16H15 > DISCUSSION AND CLOSE
Read more about Linda Costa at the Olives in Fact website.
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