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Introduction to Volatile Compounds in Food

The VCF database contains information on published volatile compounds which have been found in natural (processed) food products.
The information is continually updated.

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22 April 2019

New e-mail address for VcfOffice

We are moving to another platform for our database. Part of it is also a new e-mail address: VcfOffice[at]triskelion.nl
For your remarks and questions, please use the contact form
That way, the routing of your message to our experts is … read more

17 December 2018

New version VCF16.6.1

From now on the data for Odour and Flavour threshold values are restricted to volatile compounds only. We are still working towards the complete integration of all data compiled from our literature sources. This will lead to faster and easier searches.

The first step in this integration is ready. When searching for compounds, you will … read more

17 November 2018

VCF16.6 released

Version VCF16.6 is ready for use. No new functionality, but lots of new data. See What is new in version VCF16.6

15 April 2018

VCF16.5 released

Version VCF16.5 is ready for use. No new functionality, but lots of new data. See What is new in version VCF16.5

8 March 2018

Flavor Pairing in WIRED magazine

Read this article of Ellen Airhart in WIRED magazine how the VCF data helped James Briscione and his wife Brooke Parkhurst to publish a book on "flavor pairing". The Flavor Matrix, is based almost entirely on information from the VCF … read more

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