We provide a large range of flavour analytical standards including deuterated compounds and 13C ready to be shipped worldwide. If you don’t find your desired compound in our catalogue, contact us and we will make it for you.
A selection of sensory reference standards is available in mix-10 glass ampoules to be shipped worldwide. You might also choose from our catalogue individual compounds and build your own kit.
Founded in 2009, Eptes provides a catalogue of consumables and products that include a large selection of analytical flavour standards and a collection of sensory reference materials.
In addition, we offer a line of products in food biomass valorization that enable our consumers to conduct processes for the biotransformation of food waste into valuable products.
In addition to the different workshops and trainings that we have held in different European cities on flavours and sensory, Eptes organizes every two years the international forum on food wastes valorization in the city of Montreux in Switzerland (Montreux Valorization Forum).
This exceptional event attracts a large number of professionals (academia, SMEs, large companies) from different countries to discover the latest technical innovations and debate new regulations related to food biomass reduction and valorization.
The next “International Food Waste Valorization Forum” will be held from 6th to 8th March 2018 in Montreux, Switzerland.
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