It was found that physicochemical and organoleptic testing
has an important role in the application of rice quality.
While organoleptic testing
may be an acceptable identification method for some commonplace herbs, it may be inappropriate for more exotic, complex or potent ones.
In-house analysis includes: HPLC, HPTLCD, UV, TLC, GC, bioassay, pharmacological studies, microbiological, pesticide, heavy metal and organoleptic testing
A well equipped bulking station will provide organoleptic testing
of milk, a means to measure the weight of milk, to test its fat content and obtain a lactometer reading.
When the fruit arrives at Robinsons' Norwich headquarters, its quality is measured using what is known as organoleptic testing
- which use the senses, such as the feel, aroma and, of course, taste.
The objectives of the center, as stated in it Articles of Association are indeed research into organoleptic testing
as well as any activity aiming at training, developing and employing tasters, i.e.
His legislation would have required the Agriculture Department, for the first time, to test samples of meat for microbial contamination; provided a program to test animal feed for contamination; created a system to trace diseased animals back to the farm or feedlot, to stop pathogens at the earliest possible point; added microbial testing to the organoleptic testing
done by the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS); assured protection for whistleblowers who reported unsafe plant conditions; and provided the public with accurate information on the safety of the nation's food supply.
That's partly because their life-saving work is so prosaic in appearance: At the FDA district office in Baltimore, I watched inspectors matter-of-factly sniff black tiger shrimp from Thailand--that's "organoleptic testing
"--and scientists quietly testing baby corn and crab meat for botulism.