The Council of the British Society of Flavourists is always looking for ways of enhancing the benefit that membership of our society affords, and to that end we are delighted to announce the opening of our on-line members-only area:

British Society of Flavourists members-only area

The My BSF area will be home to member-specific content, such as articles (including lecture/event reports), resources library, and access to the members database, bringing with it the ability to contact other members directly as well as maintain your own details.

Keep an eye out as we extend the features we are able to provide. More of our event-basedĀ content will be available on-line, and we plan to explore the provision of webcasting of lectures. There will also be a bulletin board for industry opportunities.

Now that we have this facility, we are open to ideas for new features to include, so pleaseĀ contact us if there's anything particular you would like to see.

Members may obtain their My BSF log-in details by following the instructions in the FAQ page.

Mike and Bonnie Tyrrell have stepped down from the Council having been involved in all aspects of the Society for a number of years.

We, the Officers, Ordinary members of Council and the members of the British Society of Flavourists would like to extend our thanks to Mike and Bonnie who have worked tirelessly to promote the BSF and for all the hard work they have put in over many, many years.

Dear Members,

I hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year, invigorating you for 2016. I have suddenly realised that we are four months into the year. My how time flies!

Dear members,

In the blink of an eye we are already well into 2016, and I find myself once again reflecting on what's been happening since my last Membership Matters. The first few months of the year are always pretty full-on for the Membership Secretary

Brian was born on the 10th August 1949 in Wandsworth South London to parents Bert and Margaret and he had an older brother Peter. Brian and Peter attended a well-respected school in Clapham Junction, Emanuel School, which was very good for both academic study and sport. Brian enjoyed school and was very bright and he was also an accomplished rower.