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The Discovery Lab at J.M. Smucker Co. tests fruit juices and purees for glucose, fructose, and sucrose, and acetic, ascorbic, and citric acids. Learn how they were able to test 50 samples in one hour using an Arena discrete analyzer.
Learn how to determine the percentage of added fat in peanut butter, including the accuracy and precision of this measurement.
Measuring the rheological properties of food can help companies produce consistent products enjoyed by consumers. Evaluate processability, pourability and more to optimize food ingredients and formulations.
Learn how the vane method on the Thermo Scientific™ HAAKE™ Viscotester™ iQ Rheometer provides a quick, simple and accurate assessment to understand spreadability and customer acceptance of foods like cream cheese.
Learn how the Arena discrete analyzer can assist in quality control throughout the entire production process from raw materials to fruit juice products.
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