ICFP Standards on Food Properties In many instances, we need to measure different aspects of food properties. “A food property is a particular measure of the food’s behavior as a matter, its behavior with respect to energy, its interaction with the human senses, or its efficacy in promoting human health and well-being (Rahman and McCarthy, 1999)”. It is important to develop well-defined terminologies of food properties and their measurement methods, when we need to measure food properties. Accurate, precise, sensitive, rapid and easy analytical or predictive methods are essential. ICFP has initiated to develop standards on food properties, which could provide detailed easy and clear instructions so that professionals can learn and apply a method.