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ABC Research strengthens sensory testing services with Compusense software

FBR Staff Writer Published 04 July 2013

ABC Research Laboratories, a leading food testing lab in the US, has announced that it has added the latest version of its Compusense software, in order to strengthen its food sensory panel evaluation and shelf life studies services.

ABC Research chief scientific officer Dr. Gillian Folkes Dagan said that Compusense five provides the company the opportunity to better serve the food industry.

"We are constantly looking for ways to improve the ABC Research experience, and while this is a behind the scenes improvement, those who come to us for sensory panel evaluation will notice a significant improvement in turnaround time, as well as increased opportunities to answer questions about their product," Dagan said.

"With the introduction of AQA and our continued upgrading of our sensory panel and shelf life studies, 2013 is proving to be one of the most exciting years in ABC Research's history."

Compusense, based in Ontario, Canada, is a provider of sensory collection software and consumer data collection services. The company provides best practices for sensory evaluation for product development. Compusense five is the latest edition of its LAN based service.

ABC Research Laboratories, an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited testing facility, is one of the largest food testing labs in the US. ABC Research serves the entire spectrum of the food industry from pathogen and pesticide residue testing to nutritional labeling, FDA detention resolution and appliance benchmark testing.