Online participation: 1/2 day
Danish Technological Institute now offers this easily accessible course in food emulsions. These products require natural or synthetic emulsifiers to prevent phase separation and to ensure durability of the emulsified food which is of great importance for consumer perception of many products. The course reviews the theory behind an emulsion, methods for preparing and characterizing an emulsion and crucial parameters for obtaining good product quality.
- Basic understanding of emulsions in foods
- Knowledge of preparation and characterization of emulsions
- Understanding of factors that affect the shelf life of emulsified foods
- Knowledge of interpretation of results from particle size analysis, particle charge and viscosity of emulsions
People who carry out product development of food such as salad dressings, chocolate spread, mayonnaise, and sauces (e.g. bearnaise) which are considered emulsions, where the shelf life of emulsified foods is a quality parameter.
Bianca C. Pérez de Lucani, Senior Specialist, Ph.D. in the Center for Food Technology. Bianca Pérez has hands-on experience in emulsifying foods and characterizing emulsions.
09:00-12:00 Emulsions theory (10:30-10:45 Break)
- Introduction to emulsions
- Type of emulsions
- Theory of emulsification
- Manufacturing emulsions
- Methods to characterize emulsions
- Stability of emulsions
- Emulsion stability
- Breakdown processes and separation
- Emulsion stabilization
- Factors which can affect emulsion stability
- Application and practical examples
- Case 1: Bearnaise
- Case 2: Chocolate emulsions
- Case 3: Cream liqueurs
Do you have any course related questions, please contact
- Bianca Celidet Pérez de Lucani
- Seniorspecialist, ph.d.
- +45 72203545