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BS EN 1788:2001

BS EN 1788:2001

Foodstuffs. Thermoluminescence detection of irradiated food from which silicate minerals can be isolated

Fecha:
2001-12-03 /Confirmed
Comité:
AW/275
Equivalencias internacionales:

EN 1788:2001

Relación con otras normas BSI:

Reemplaza a: BS EN 1788:1997

Resumen:
This European Standard specifies a method for the detection of irradiation treatment of food and/or food ingredients by thermoluminescence analysis of contaminating silicate minerals. This method is applicable to those foodstuffs from which a sufficient amount of silicate minerals can be isolated. The method has been successfully tested in interlaboratory tests with herbs and spices as well as their mixtures [1] to [3], shellfish including shrimps and prawns [4] to [6], both fresh and dehydrated fruits and vegetables [7] to [9], and potatoes [10]. Other studies [11] to [46] demonstrate that the method is applicable to a large variety of foodstuffs.
Keywords:
Herbs, Fruits, Chemical analysis and testing, Food products, Food testing, Luminescence, Preserved foods, Silicates, Silicate minerals, Ionizing radiation, Potatoes, Contaminant determination (food), Vegetables, Radiation-induced chemical reactions, Dried foods
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