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  • Partnership with Chile's largest milk testing laboratory
    4 Central milk testing 5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 12 05 2010 Ongoing partnership with Chile s largest milk testing laboratory The South American agricultural cooperative Cooprinsem has recently opened extensive new laboratory facilities in Osorno Southern Chile As long standing partners in the business of agricultural testing FOSS was invited to attend the inauguration The Cooprinsem Milk Quality Laboratory is home to Chile s largest milk testing facility It has been providing testing services for 35 years and today processes 1 7 million samples a year including 70 of the country s payment samples It was the first laboratory of its kind in Chile to receive ISO 17025 certification and has been ISO certified since 1997 The laboratory uses a range

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  • 20100510 Better bacon with MeatMaster
    and milling ProFoss for poultry and ground RINA Sample Mills Soxtec Systems Digestion Systems WineScan SO 2 WinISI XDS Biodiesel Analyser XDS Rapid Content Analyser XDS Rapid Liquid Analyser Biofuel 5 Water soils and plants 4 Central milk testing 5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 10 05 2010 Better bacon with MeatMaster New software for the FOSS MeatMaster in line fat analyser now allows it to determine the use of cuts of meat according to size and shape as well as fat content For instance pork belly cuts can be scanned and sorted for optimal bacon production The arriving pork belly pieces are placed on the MeatMaster belt and scanned using X ray technology Information about fat content weight length width and thickness

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  • 20100423 The value of milk standardisation
    plants 4 Central milk testing 5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 23 04 2010 The value of milk standardisation The world s leading dairy exporter Fonterra is using milk standardisation to produce consistent end products across multiple factories and using a constantly varying milk supply The standardisation generally occurs early in the process when milk is taken from silos into milk treatment This creates a standardized milk flow downstream to the cheese vats or the dryers whatever the process might be Different analytical solutions are used according to the task in hand and the scale of production Large milk powder plants use the FOSS ProcesScan solution to automatically measure and adjust the composition of incoming milk for example by adjusting for the amount

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  • 20100414 OenoFoss update makes it easier for winemakers
    NIRS DS2500 Dairy Analyser NIRS DS2500 F Feed Analyser NIRS DS2500 Flour Analyser OenoFoss OliveScan Olivia ProcesScan FT ProFoss for feed ProFoss for soya ProFoss for grain and milling ProFoss for poultry and ground RINA Sample Mills Soxtec Systems Digestion Systems WineScan SO 2 WinISI XDS Biodiesel Analyser XDS Rapid Content Analyser XDS Rapid Liquid Analyser Biofuel 5 Water soils and plants 4 Central milk testing 5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 14 04 2010 OenoFoss update makes it easier for winemakers to obtain healthy fermentations Popular OenoFoss concept strengthened with new measurement parameter The must calibration package for the OenoFoss wine analyser has been extended with Yeast Assimilable Nitrogen The additional parameter strengthens the already popular OenoFoss concept that was introduced to

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  • Worldwide analysis web improves global food and feed quality
    and ground RINA Sample Mills Soxtec Systems Digestion Systems WineScan SO 2 WinISI XDS Biodiesel Analyser XDS Rapid Content Analyser XDS Rapid Liquid Analyser Biofuel 5 Water soils and plants 4 Central milk testing 5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 04 04 2010 Worldwide analysis web improves food and feed quality around the globe Advances in network software are ensuring consistent measurements from routine analytical instruments wherever they are located The instruments which are used to improve the quality of agricultural and food products around the world can now be managed and monitored by expert staff from strategically placed control centres Whether an instrument is used for analysing feed in Indonesia or for checking grape quality for winemaking in the U S A it can now be effectively managed by highly qualified staff based at the central control centres FOSS manages more that 600 instruments around the globe In addition major food and feed producers are using the software to create their own analysis networks Thousands of FOSS instruments in use in over 30 countries are included in networks Harmonised control for consistent products The networks can include many types of instruments based on infrared technology These are increasingly popular as a rapid and relatively simple way to grade and or check raw materials and products in production Infrared analytical instruments are used to control a vast range of products such as cereals flour animal feed wine meat milk and dairy products to name just a few As trade and production of such products becomes increasingly global consistent quality control across geographical locations helps to build consistent quality while yielding cost savings for producers for example through more efficient production of products with less waste and according to predefined targets Routine quality control with peace of mind Infrared instruments need to be monitored for accuracy and require periodic maintenance and updates for example if a new calibration becomes available for the instrument or

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  • Statistical process control graphs give better production view
    industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 31 03 2010 Statistical process control graphs give better production view A new version of the ISIscan routine operation software for FOSS near infrared NIR instruments ISIscan 4 0 provides a number of powerful features including statistical process control graphs The graphs allow a quick and easy retrospective view of results for a certain time period For instance a production manager starting work in the morning can get a graphical overview of measurements made during the night shift The graphs make it easy to spot unusual results when they occurred and where The information allows an immediate investigation into events with a view to continuous improvement of process efficiency and quality control The graphs also make it simple to monitor day to day performance of production Alarms can be set to alert production staff

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  • Flexible solution for fat standardization in meat products
    regarding installation in the production process Marketing manager Poul Erik Simonsen explains how some inline solutions are built into grinders or mixers forcing the user to purchase the supplier s machinery as well as the analyser The ProFoss Meat analyser is different he says It can be used with any type of ground meat production equipment and can be installed in existing production lines with only minor modifications The ProFoss

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  • 20100408 16th European Grain Network Meeting report
    FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 08 03 2010 16th European Grain Network Meeting Over 50 delegates attended the 16 th European Grain Meeting 18 th 19 th March in Dijon France The perennially popular meeting brings together players from the grain industry to discuss the latest news and topical issues from the industry and is appreciated by all grain network administrators not only in Europe but from around the world This year the event was hosted by grain testing and research specialists Agroreso Healthy grain Jan Willem van der Kamp from testing and inspection services provider TNO Quality of Life The Netherlands gave an introduction to the EU integrated HEALTHGRAIN project Dietary shifts from refined grain products to whole grain and high bran products can significantly reduce the incidence of obesity and related diseases including cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes The HEALTHGRAIN project is providing the scientific basis for better understanding of the health impact of dietary fibres and other bio active components of whole grains and for developing a new generation of healthy products In a related session S Gergely and A Salgó from the Department of Applied Biotechnology and Food Science Budapest University of Technology and Economics Hungary presented new possibilities for measurement of bioactive components in grains and products with NIR Dr Anton J Alldrick Cereals Cereals Processing Division of Campden BRI UK presented the role of analysis in managing mycotoxins in cereals It has been estimated that in excess of 25 of the world s arable crops including cereals are to one degree or another contaminated with mycotoxins Importance of sampling As the distribution of components is far from homogeneous in grain consignments and homogenization is difficult if not impossible to reach sampling is of paramount interest in grain analysis Mr Marc Provot Laboragro In Vivo Group and chairman of CEN TC 338 gave a comprehensive overview of sampling methods with focus on the new EN ISO 24333 standard and of equipment for sampling in different situations Referring to IRTAC studies Mr Provot also gave examples for the distribution of mycotoxins in a cereal batch He presented experimental results from the comparison of different sampling procedures and showed ways to reduce the sample size Oil seed and wheat and barley ring tests Dr Jürgen Möller from FOSS presented results from a ring test undertaken to establish the performance of NIR calibrations and the reference methods regarding analysis of oil seeds He also provided an update on the ring test completed in 2009 on the FOSS ANN Artificial Neural Network Infratec calibration for wheat and barley Results confirmed the stability of the ANN model Staying with the Infratec ANN calibration Dr Möller gave an update on progress towards acceptance of the calibration as a standard The new EN 15948 Cereals Determination of moisture and protein Method using Near Infrared Transmittance in

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