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Fruit and Vegetable Product Analysis

Salamon & Seaber Ltd provide comprehensive analysis of Fruits and Vegetables and their products such as Raw Fruit & Vegetables, Canned and Frozen Fruit & Vegetables, Chutney, Pickles, Dried Fruit & Vegetables, Crystallised Fruits, Jams, Marmalades, Jellies, Fruit Preserves, Fruit Conserves, Fruit Nectar, Puree, Juices.

Analytical requirements depend on the type of product, but the most common parameters analyzed include:

  • Acidity
  • Alcohol Content
  • Alcohol Insoluble Solids
  • Brix
  • Drained Weight
  • Food Additives
  • Fruit Content
  • Insoluble Matter
  • Net / Gross Weight
  • Nutritional Analysis
  • Moisture
  • pH
  • Relative Density
  • Salt, (Sodium Chloride, NaCl)
  • Sugar Content
  • Seed Count
  • Soluble Solids
  • Total Solids
  • Water Activity
  • Antioxidants
    • Ascorbic Acid
    • Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), etc.
  • Preservatives
    • Sodium Benzoate
    • Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), etc.

Analytical methods used include those of the Codex Alimentarius and AOAC.

Fruit products Miscellaneous Fruits Vegetables

Tomato & Tomato Product Analysis

We have particular experience in the analysis of tomato products such as Tinned Tomatoes, Tomato Paste, Tomato Puree, Tomato Juice, Etc., including:

  • Soluble Solids
  • Total Solids on Drying
  • Water Insoluble Solids
  • Specific Gravity
  • Calcium (Ca)
  • Drained Weight
  • pH
  • Total Acidity
  • Salt (Sodium Chloride (NaCl))
  • Howard Mold Count
Tomatoes

Salamon & Seaber Ltd.
1st Floor, 2-8 Beaumont Grove,
London. E1 4NQ
United Kingdom
is a registered company in England & Wales, number 1475631

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