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Q. Can you explain Texture?

Texture indicates the characteristic of a food and would include descriptive parameters like graininess, softness, chewiness, brittleness etc. The textural qualities of a food have a relationship to the appearance of a product, as described previously and to its evaluation in the mouth as well. Mouthfeel would include the textural qualities of a food perceived in the mouth.

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