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#1PostSubject: Computer Technology Changed The Food Industry   Tue 25 Jul 2017, 8:44 pm

If you want a scientific answer, the development of technology has enabled people to create and isolate food flavors. Computers allow people to quickly access information, which includes massive libraries of things called aromatic compounds among others. Affordable Assignment Help. This allows someone who is interested in, say, creating a banana flavored yogurt, to quickly identify what compounds he could use to achieve that effect. Computers also enable people to perform complex chemical analysis on food. A GC Mass Spec (spectrometer) enables you to identify chemicals, then using a computer database, determine what chemicals are in your samples (in this case food).
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#2PostSubject: Computer Technology Changed The Food Industry   Fri 03 Nov 2017, 6:38 pm

Well the one main thing that comes to mind is PC technology has made pretty much most things mechanized which implies less individuals required, speedier reaction time and a robot doesn't get worn out and never gripes. Write my paper. So the speed has truly expanded for the sustenance business however which is useful for the assembling part yet terrible for the general population that are truly requiring work.
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#3PostSubject: Re: Computer Technology Changed The Food Industry   Tue 07 Nov 2017, 8:27 pm

Understudies who exchange to the lesser year of the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology program, spend significant time in Computer Technology, are required to have finished their green bean and sophomore years at a junior college or comparable foundation and got their partner's degree in a program of PC contemplates. 
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