In this collection of moisture methods for the food industry, you'll find over 20 moisture determination methods for samples in the food and bakery industry. Whether it's about baking powder, biscuits, butter, pasta, yoghurt, tea or juice, this collection will provide you with the relevant information.
Moisture analysis plays a vital role in all areas of the food industry, from goods-in inspection, through quality control, production and storage, to the development of new products. In nearly all cases, the prepared ingredients have optimum moisture content, providing the best possible taste, consistency, appearance and shelf life.
How can I measure the moisture content in food?
- The standard procedure is typically loss on drying using the drying oven. As this is a time-consuming procedure, the halogen moisture analyzer is often used as a fast, precise and reliable instrument to measure the moisture content in food.
How do the results of the moisture analyzer compare to the drying oven?
- It's important to develop a moisture content determination method that will give you the same moisture content result as the official drying oven method. METTLER TOLEDO has developed methods for a variety of samples from the food industry. Using these methods, you'll get results that match the results of the official method.