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Soft Drinks Testing Solutions

Monitoring the quality and safety of soft drinks is vitally important to ensuring a consistent and enjoyable experience for consumers. Confirming that raw materials, syrups, and finished products meet quality standards can not only reduce the risk of costly product recalls, but can also serve as an opportunity to monitor operational performance at bottling plants.

The needs of soft drink manufacturers are at the heart of PerkinElmer’s solutions for beverage bottlers. Leveraging intuitive, efficient, and straight-forward workflows, bottlers utilizing PerkinElmer’s targeted solutions can reduce their risk of releasing non-confirming batches of product, improve margins by performing testing in-house, and boost employee utilization with fast analyses that do not unnecessarily tie-up resources.

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Carbonated Soft Drinks

Chromatography Solutions for Soft Drink Analysis

Monitoring the consistency and quality in soft drinks is essential to ensure a positive brand image and a loyal customer base. Our full portfolio of chromatography solutions, including LC, GC and GC/MS, enables you to meet – and even exceed – your quality control goals with rapid, intuitive, and acc ...

A Fast, Simple and Green Chemistry Method for the Analysis of Additives in Diet Soft Drinks by HPLC

Soft drink products serve as a major revenue stream for food and beverage manufacturers, with a global market size of USD 237 billion in 2021. Due to the popularity and wide consumption of these products, product consistency, which drives customer satisfaction, is of the utmost importance. For quali ...

PerkinElmer Soft Drink Additives Analysis Workflow Solution

Beverage bottling plants must ensure raw materials and finished products are both consistent and safe, requiring a variety of quality control analytical testing. For the analysis of additives in syrups and/or finished products – whether sweeteners, preservatives or caffeine – PerkinElmer offers an i ...

Determination of Sugar as Glucose in a Soft Drink Using the LAMBDA PDA UV/Vis Spectrophotometer

In this application note, the amount of sugar or carbohydrate in a soft drink was determined using a colorimetric method. The rapid measurement of the PDA (Photodiode Array) UV/Vis Spectrophotometer allows for the collection of accurate data from the time-dependent reaction. The calibration curve wa ...

Analysis of Saccharides in High Fructose Corn Syrup

High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) as a substitute for sucrose in a wide variety of products, including baked goods, sauces, beverages, canned fruits and dairy products. HFCS is produced from regular corn syrup, with an enzymatic process that isomerizes some of the corn syrup's glucose into fructose. T ...

Analysis of Color Additives in Beverages with the PerkinElmer Flexar FX-15 System Equipped with a PDA Detector

Dyes are used to intensify the color of food products and make them look tempting. They are also used to minimize color variation, and to prolong color stability on shelf. This application note presents a fast and robust HPLC method for the determination of dyes in beverages. Method conditions and p ...

Quinine in Tonic Water Application Note

Fluorescence spectroscopy is a very sensitive and selective analytical technique, giving it a major advantage over absorption spectroscopy when used in the detection and measurement of trace amounts of organic compounds. The PerkinElmer FL6500 Fluorescence Spectrometer with Singe Cell accessory prov ...

Fruit Juices

Analysis of Micronutrients in Fruit Juice Using the Avio 220 Max ICP-OES

For food manufacturers and processors, it is important to be able to quantify the content of food products, including micronutrients, for both safety and quality reasons along with regulatory label-claim requirements, and ICP-OES is generally favored in a multi-element analytical environment with de ...

The Analysis of Baby Foods and Juices for Metals to Protect a Sensitive Population

Foods, infant formula, milk, and water provide significant exposure routes for metal contaminants. The effect of lead exposure at low levels has been well established and levels below toxic have been shown to contribute to behavioral and learning issues. In this work both the GFAA and ICP-MS methods ...

Analysis of Organic Acids in Fruit Juices by HPLC and UV Detection

Organic acids, used as preservatives, acidulants or stabilizers in food, contribute to the sensory properties of foods and beverages by providing both taste and aroma. Monitoring the content of organic acids in foods is an important step in the food manufacturing process, as well as quality and regu ...

Characterization of Arsenic Species in Apple Juice using a NexSAR HPLC-ICP-MS Speciation Analysis Ready Solution

Although apple juice is a healthy, and often preferred, alternative to artificially flavored and carbonated drinks for many parents to give to children, concern has been raised over the presence of arsenic within. This work demonstrates a reversed-phase ion-pairing method for the complete separation ...

The Qualitative Characterization of Fruit Juice Flavor using a TurboMatrix HS Trap and a Clarus SQ8 GC/MS

The PerkinElmer® TurboMatrix™ Headspace Trap system coupled with a Clarus® SQ 8 GC/MS is a very convenient means of identifying low concentration volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in foodstuffs. In this application note, the VOCs in various fruit juices were investigated. Sample preparation simply i ...

A Method for the Quantification of Ethanol Content in Consumable Fruit Juices by Headspace Injection

Production of alcohol has been long established in society with many styles that take advantage of the metabolism of sugars into ethanol. While the production of ethanol is desirable for alcoholic beverages, it is undesirable for other beverages which contain sugars that do not wish to be sold as an ...

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