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What does a typical day as a food scientist look like?

What are some things that you work on or have experimented with? Have you made any interesting discoveries?

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Rasheed (Muh-Jamiu)’s Answer

Everyday as a food scientist is always interesting because you discover different nutrients in foods and their amounts, like the amount of carbohydrates in 100g beans especially when you are also a nutritionist it's helps you to know how to combine foods health wise.
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Yashashree’s Answer

A typical day as a food scientist can vary depending on your specific role, the company you work for, and the projects you're currently involved in. However, a general overview of the day involves tasks like planning, conducting experiments, ensuring product quality, collaborating in meetings, documenting findings, analyzing data, problem-solving, adhering to regulations, staying updated on industry trends, transitioning products to production, sometimes conducting plant trials, continuous learning, and effective communication—all while prioritizing safety and quality in a dynamic work environment.
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