The ability to accurately picture and describe the colour or structure of a food product provides the food manufacturer with a valuable tool to improve quality. From consistent and accurate colour measurements of products such as fruit and vegetables, to detailed descriptions of the crumb structure of bread and cakes, Campden BRI has a range of state-of-the-art equipment to do the job.
As well as our microscopy services, we also carry out:
Hyperspectral NIR imaging. This allows the chemical composition of products to be visualised. It clearly shows areas where the composition is different – and thus is very useful for investigating the uptake of fat in fried products, such as doughnuts or chips. The same technique can also be used to monitor moisture migration in bakery products, and help understand how they become stale over storage life
Digital image analysis can be used to provide objective measurements of a wide range of characteristics, using images from any of the above sources. Dedicated software and imaging systems can be developed for particular tasks.
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Where we refer to UKAS Accreditation
The Campden BRI group companies listed below are both accredited in accordance with the recognised International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005 by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS). The accreditation demonstrates technical competence for a defined scope of methods, specific to each site, as detailed in the schedules of accreditation bearing the testing laboratory number. The schedules may be revised from time to time and reissued by UKAS. The most recent issue of the schedules are available from the UKAS website www.ukas.com
Campden BRI (Chipping Campden) Limited is a UKAS accredited testing laboratory No. 1079 Campden BRI (Nutfield) is a UKAS accredited testing laboratory No. 1207