Analytical methods, developed by the CDR laboratories, and the CDR FoodLab® analysis systems have been compared with the ISO/AOCS reference methods. Moreover, the systems from the CDR FoodLab® range have been used in several studies carried out by world wide universities and by important research centers

The diverse certified laboratories and research institutes, have expressed very favorable opinions on the CDR systems being in line with the reference methods, as well as on the correlation with traditional methods, and the user- friendliness of the systems.

Following are the research and comparative studies involving the analysis systems of the CDR FoodLab® line.

CDR FoodLab® method for the determination of Lactose content in lactose-free dairy products.

CDR FoodLab® method for the determination of Lactose content in lactose-free dairy products

In this work a new improvement for lactose determination is assessed in terms of reproducibility, accuracy and recovery. New method and traditional enzymatic method are also taken into comparisonon adding determined aliquotes of lactose in reallactose-free matrices. The new method, that is in CDR FoodLab®, appears to be much quicker and with a friendly use for everyone if it is compared to the tradional enzymatic kit.

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Validation study of Free Fatty Acids and Peroxide Value determination made by Universities in Republic of Korea

FFA and POV test validation by universities of Republic of Korea

The reliability and availability of CDR FoodLab® system for determining acid value (AV) and peroxide value (POV) were assessed
during the hydrolytic rancidification and lipid oxidation of edible oils.
The CDR FoodLab® system based on spectrophotometry was compared to the official methods (ISO 660 and 3960 protocols) based on manual titration employing the standard mixture for the simulated
oxidation models and edible oils during the thermally induced oxidation at 180°C.
Considering ISO protocols with a probability of human error in manual titration, the rapidness and simplicity of the reagent kit based on spectrophotometry make it a very good alternative to monitor the lipid
oxidation of edible oils and lipid-containing foods.

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Comparison study between CDR FoodLab® analytical methods and reference methods – Campden BRI

Comparison study between CDR FoodLab® for oils and fats analytics methods and reference methods made by Campden BRI

The international reference laboratory Campden Bri has trialled the CDR FoodLab® to establish whether it could meet the requirements for analysing a number of important food quality parameters. assessment of the ability of the CDR FoodLab® to analyse for Anisidine Value, Peroxide Value and Free Fatty Acid content showed that the instrument gave comparable results to the reference methods with very high correlation coefficients suggesting good accuracy of results.

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CDR BeerLab® and the research of CNR for innovation in brewing process.

CNR study for innovation of brewing process with CDR BeerLab®

We present the important study “Beer-brewing powered by controlled hydrodynamic cavitation: Theory and real-scale experiments” done by the Institute of Biometeorology of National Research Council (CNR) in Florence, Italy. The chemical analysis for the quality control in brewing process, involved in the study, has be done with CDR BeerLab®, by the CNR researchers.

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Spectroscopic analyses of foods with a low environmental impact – ISA Conference 2016

Aanalytical Spectroscopy meeting ISA 2016

At the conference ISA 2016 organized by the University of Bari, University of Basilicata and Società Chimica Italiana (Italian Chemical Society) prof. Massimo Innocenti, Department of Chemistry, University of Florence held the presentation “Spectroscopic Analysis of eco-foods”, in collaboration with researchers from the chemical CDR laboratories. Application Example evaluated in the presentation is the range of the CDR FoodLab® analysis systems that specialize and optimize the use of photometric technology in terms of cost, the amount of reagent used and analysis time.

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Peroxide Value and Free Fatty Acids analysis of Olive Oils Obtained from Fruits Damaged by fly

OxiTester PV and FFA testing used in a study made by Univerdity of Pisa

OxiTester, the analytical system for vegetable oils and fats, was used during the study entitled “Qualitative Changes of Olive Oils Obtained from Fruits Damaged by Bactrocera oleae (Rossi)”, performed by Riccardo Gucci, Giovanni Caruso, Angelo Canale, Augusto Loni, and Alfio Raspi Department Coltivazione e Difesa delle Specie Legnose ‘‘G. Scaramuzzi,’’ University of Pisa, 56124 Pisa, Italy Stefania Urbani, Agnese Taticchi, Sonia Esposto, and Maurizio Servili Department Scienze Economico-Estimative e degli Alimenti, University of Perugia, 06126 Perugia, Italy.

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