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Flavourist or flavour chemists create flavours for food and related products to make food taste good. The job involves not just mixing various ingredients to create artificial and natural flavours but also requires an in-depth knowledge of aroma chemicals, essential oils and plant extracts. It is a relatively new option in the food industry and since it is related to Chemistry, those with a BSc or MSc in Chemistry or Biochemistry is a must. Knowledge of food technology will be advantageous. A few more colleges to study are:

  • Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi), New Delhi. Course: MSc Chemistry
  • Miranda House, University College for Women, New Delhi. Course: MSc Chemistry
  • Sarojini Naidu Government Girls Post Graduate (autonomous) College, Bhopal. Course: MSc Chemistry
  • Banaras Hindu University: Faculty of Science, Varanasi. Course: MSc Chemistry
  • Agra College, Agra. Course: MSc Chemistry
  • Indian Institute of Technology (Bombay), Mumbai. Course: MSc Chemistry
 
 
 
 
 

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