Adulteration Testing of Edible Oils by FT-NIR

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Adulteration Testing of Edible Oils by FT-NIR
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Thursday, May 16, 2013 – 13:00 UT

09:00 EST  |  14:00 UK  |  15:00 CET

Intentional adulteration of pure edible oils by lower quality oils is an economically advantageous practice. These adulterated oils are a threat to product authenticity and, in some cases, a serious consumer health issue. Companies that utilize edible oils are taking a significant financial liability if they cannot positively authenticate the purity of oils that they are using in the manufacturing of food products. For successful authenticate testing, food companies need a fast and rugged analytical technique that can be used in a production plant environment. FT-NIR is an ideal analysis technique that meets food companies needs for analysis in the matter of seconds and ease of use - without sacrificing the sensitivity needed to discriminate between pure versus slightly adulterated oil samples.

Learn now near-infrared analysis can be used to:

  • Ensure edible oil quality at material reception
  • Reduce costs with rapid analysis that replaces time-consuming wet chemistry techniques
  • Guarantee final products meet specification before shipment

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