Quantitative Descriptive Analysis (QDA) services
Quantitative Descriptive Analysis (QDA) is a behavioral sensory evaluation approach where panel members use their senses of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch to measure a product's sensory characteristics. The methodology was developed by Dr. Herbert Stone, a food scientist and Dr. Joel Sidel, a trained psychologist in 1970s at Stanford Research Institute (SRI). To obtain sensory information for product development and marketing, descriptive analysis is widely regarded as the most useful approach because of the information it provides.
For your products to be launched in the Japanese market, Alpha MOS Japan will use QDA-based sensory evaluation techniques to characterize products and contribute to the success of your business.
Our QDA services for food products include:
- Screening and qualifying panel of subjects (10-12)
- Language development
- Data collection with FIZZ sensory analysis software
- Data Analysis (ANOVA, MRT, PCA...)