The Cereal chemist may work in basic research, examining the biochemical components of cereals, including their carbohydrates, protein, lipids and enzymes.
Some of these studies are very technical, employing sophisticated analytical contrast, the cereal chemist may be employed by a food company involved in the practical aspects of food production - for example, in flour milling, baking malting, brewing, or pasta manufacturing. In the food company. To get a degree for this at north Dakota state university and Kansas state university. A Cereal Chemist makes about $64,610 a year.