Givaudan has joined over 45 other companies and institutions as a Sustaining Partner of the American Meat Science Association (AMSA). For more than 50 years, the AMSA has relied on support from partners to maintain its ability to provide community and professional development programs as well as opportunities for individuals in the field of meat science. AMSA’s Sustaining Partner program recognizes the organizations and institutions that provide significant financial and logistical contributions for the products and services offered by the organization.

“Givaudan has a longstanding trusted reputation because of their commitment to science and innovation. We welcome them as Sustaining Partner and look forward to the inclusion of their scientists within the AMSA community. This expands the opportunities for collaboration in the meat science community even further,” states Collette Kaster, Chief Executive Officer, AMSA.

Givaudan’s comprehensive knowledge of local taste preferences, extensive global footprint and strategic insights enable close partnerships with processed meat customers wherever they may be.    

The experts on Givaudan's savory team have a customized and consumer-centric approach to product creation in seasonings, flavours and kitchen ingredients. Givaudan’s knowledge, innovation and creativity are equipped to surprise processed meat customers with remarkable solutions. 

"A combination of understanding the processing parameters that are used in meat and poultry (as well as meat analog) production and the principles of flavor creation, give us a unique opportunity to provide meat flavor solutions from basic seasoning ingredients to flavors that are highly differentiated", says James Lamkey, Technical Services Manager, Givaudan.   

The Sustaining Partnership program enables participating companies and institutions to acknowledge and further align under a common goal to foster the principles of meat science and technology. Our Sustaining Partners have enhanced AMSA programs such as student development, scientific information outreach and building the global network of meat science professionals. The program includes five levels of partnership – Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

Source: AMSA