General Mills looks to reduce errors during product testing

02/28/2013 | FoodBusinessNews.net (free registration)

General Mills has changed its consumer taste test to better control for error and reduce product reformulations. In the new sensory tests, people compare four products and determine which two taste the same. Previously tasters compared three products, which led to sampling errors and needless product reformulation.

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