Consumers have come to recognize and adore the consistent taste, smell and texture of cola. They expect the taste to be the same from day to day, the quality to be consistent, and the product to be free of contamination. Our instruments help in giving the manufacturers and contract labs that assurance. From citrate and phosphate analysis to additive testing – we have the solutions for your needs.
The analysis of food dyes in carbonated beverages is important as many of these dyes are either controlled substances or are being phased out in certain countries due to their reported adverse health effects. Being able to identify and quantify food dyes in beverages quickly and with high sensitivity is therefore important.
The analysis of food additives in carbonated beverages is important as many additives are controlled as part of the formulations of these beverages. In addition, analysis may detect possible counterfeiting of branded products. Being able to identify and quantify food additives in beverages quickly and with high sensitivity is therefore important.
The determination of inorganic anions and cations and organic acids in non-alcoholic carbonated beverages is of importance from both health-related and manufacturing perspectives.
Determinations of organic acids in beverages are important to the industry. These acidulants and flavoring agents maintain beverage freshness, minimize microbiological growth, and add a characteristic flavor. Analysis is required to meet product labeling requirements in 21 CFR part 101.
Excess sugar consumption is tied to poor health outcomes. The Nutrition Labeling and Education Act requires that for a pre-packaged food or drink the amount of sugar be displayed on the Nutrition Facts label.
Vanillin is a widely used flavor compound in food and beverages. In this application note, extraction and quantification of vanillin from cola is demonstrated using a revolutionary new solid phase extraction product, SOLA and an acid-deactivated polyethylene glycol phase GC column.
Ensure batch-to-batch consistency with BeerCraft Software and GENESYS 50 or 150 UV-Vis Spectrophotometers. Tests are preprogrammed for fast, easy quality analysis.
|Application Note||Extraction of Vanillin From a Cola Soft Drink Using SOLA with Analysis by GC-MS||Chromatography||ANCCSSOLAEXVAN|
|Application Note||Rapid Determination of Phosphate and Citrate in Carbonated Soft Drinks Using a Reagent-Free Ion Chromatography System||Chromatography||AN169|
|Application Update||Fast Determinations of Phosphate and Citrate in Carbonated Beverages Using On-Line Degassing with the Carbonate Removal||Chromatography||AU153|
|Applications Notebook||Beverages Applications Notebook: Carbonated Beverages||Chromatography||LPN3085|
|Technical Note||Fast Separations of Anions and Organic Acids in A Carbonated Beverage Using High-Pressure Capillary IC||Chromatography||TN118|
|Application Note||Analysis of Catechins Using a Thermo Scientific Accucore XL C8 4 μm µm HPLC Column||Chromatography||AN20536|
|Application Proof Note||Determination of Sugars in Soft Drinks Using a Compact IC System||Chromatography||APN179|
|Application Note||Determination of common food and beverage additives by UHPLC-UV using a mixed mode WAX column||UHPLC||AN21730|
|Application Note||Fast, reproducible UHPLC-UV determination of dyes found in beverages||UHPLC||AN21733|
|Application Brief||Citric acid determination in mixed beer beverages||AB001056|
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