Re-engineering Food Engineering

Article by Keshavan Niranjan

In the UK alone, the food sector accounts for 19% of total manufacturing turnover and generates a gross value addition of £28bn (US$35bn) to the UK economy, which – according to a recent report published by the Institute of Physics1 – is bigger than the automotive and aerospace industries put together! You might wonder how can the food industry, which is such a key industrial sector within our economy, does without properly trained and qualified food engineers?

Article by Keshavan Niranjan

Professor of food bioprocessing, University of Reading

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