To promote continuous improvement of the quality and production of beverage products through the exchange of information concerning quality control activities as they apply to the beverage industry.
The objectives / goals of the committee include:
The Quality Committee is dedicated to promoting innovative technologies, methods and ideas aimed at improving the quality and production of beverage products. The annual meeting provides an open forum discussion on any quality-related topics. Papers are presented on areas of particular interest.
To that end, here are the latest activities of the Quality Technical Committee.
The Quality Technical Committee will present the latest technology and innovations at the BevTech® 2021 virtual meeting. Click here to view the committee meeting agenda as part of the larger agenda, also available through Whova for registered attendees. The Quality Technical Committee meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 11, 2021. The theme of this year's BevTech is Trends and Innovations in Challenging Times.
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The objectives / goals of the committee include: To establish best practice guidelines for Brix measurement in a non-alcoholic beverage operation.
The objectives / goals of the committee include: This subcommittee coordinates the development of education modules and seminar speakers as needed.
The objectives / goals of the committee include: To increase the awareness of the US FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and its impact to the beverage industry. One of the core objectives is to update the ISBT HACCP Principles and Application Guidelines to ensure it aligns with current requirements and best practices.
The objectives / goals of the committee include: Our key objective is to raise the awareness and the standard of sensory best practices across the beverage industry and its supply chain. One of our main tasks will be to work closely with some of the industry's most experienced sensory specialists in creating an easy-to-follow guideline on sensory evaluation techniques and protocols.
The Quality Technical Committee worked with the Beverage Institute by ISBT® and The Packaging School to develop the following courses:
The Fundamentals of Beverage Technology is a self-paced, interactive session providing a technical overview of the beverage industry. It covers the complete supply chain from research and development to ingredients, processing, packaging, and food safety to finished goods distribution.
The Introduction to Food Safety module was developed in conjunction with the Quality Technical Committee.