Careers that Combine Culinary and Food Science

  • Michelle Tittl


Imagine yourself perusing the aisles of your local grocery store. You head down the frozen food section and, being a cost-conscious shopper with little to no time to cook, you choose a seemingly delectable heat-and-serve meal of grilled chicken medallions and sautéed spinach doused in a mushroom sauce. Taking a closer look at the bag, you ask yourself, is this a delicious food concoction of culinary art or of food technology?


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Michelle Tittl
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  1. 1.Target CorporationMinneapolisUSA

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