Society of Flavourists was founded in 1970 to promote the
interests of individuals working within the Flavour Industry.
Membership is now in excess of 600 individuals, including
flavourists, technologists, marketing and sales.
day-to-day running of the Society is in the hands of the
which is elected at the Annual General Meeting.
always trying to introduce new events and to keep pace with the
ever-changing environment that our industry is a part of.
look forward to the continued support of our existing members
and to welcoming new members to our ever-growing Society.
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To all Voting Members (all Fellows and Associates and any
Affiliates or Students who currently serve or have served on
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current holder of the position has served the
maximum term permitted under the constitution and must retire at
the next AGM. We need a volunteer for this position.
The duties are outlined below:
The Honorary Membership Secretary
shall hold all records of Society Membership and shall regularly
and from time to time and whenever requested by the Council, the
President or Vice-President so to do, report to the Council the
state of Membership of the Society and keep in a proper manner
such Membership Records as required for the proper running of
the Society. He or she shall be responsible for the organisation
of invoicing and the collection of Annual Subscriptions,
additions to and alterations of the Membership Records,
production of a Membership list for annual circulation to
Members of the Society, to pass to the Honorary Treasurer all
Membership Subscriptions paid to the Society and inform the
Honorary Secretary to ensure matters and Society Publications
requiring circulation to the Membership are despatched against
records current at that time.
Anyone interested in helping in this important role should
contact the BSF President, Brian Grainger, at
This programme has been developed
by the British Society of Flavourists and the University of
Reading, with the support of the International Federation of
Essential Oil and Aroma Trades. The three-week course will
provide the foundation on which you can build your career as a
|Welcome to the website of the
British Society of Flavourists.
BSF Flavourist Training Course
6 - 23 May 2014
Venue: Department of Food and
Nutritional Sciences, University of Reading.
BSF Golf Day
St. Pierre Golf Club, Chepstow, Wales.
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