Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/42852
Type: Journal article
Title: Australian food innovations
Author: Santich, B.
Citation: Food Australia, 2007; 59(1-2):41-45
Publisher: Australian Inst Food science Technology Inc
Issue Date: 2007
ISSN: 1032-5298
Abstract: In accordance with the chosen theme for the Convention, A Celebration and Exploration of Food Science and Technology, it is appropriate to review some of the significant advances in food science and technology that have been made in Australia - innovations that have been introduced over the past 200 years. My perspective is that of food historian rather than scientist or technologist, and is therefore rather broader, ranging from the agricultural beginnings of food to the final product on the diner's plate, and encompasses everything in between. This perspective is guided by the result rather than the science or technology used to produce it. It is also the perspective of gastronomy, which is what I teach at the University of Adelaide
RMID: 0020070064
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