Clarion Royal Christiania Hotel, Oslo, 11 May 2015, 11:30 – 14:30
Course leader: Per Lea, NOFIMA
The course is based on the new NMKL Procedure No. 28 (2014) – Guidelines for reporting sensory data.
Fat. Determination in fish, fish feed and fish meat by LF-NMR (NMKL 199, 2014).
The method is recently published. It is validated collaboratively in two trials and compared against a Soxhlet method. The referee and organiser of the studies is Dr. Päivi Teivainen-Lædre, Skretting Aquaculture Research Centre.
En sammenlikning mellom NMKL og ISO metoder er utført basert på resultater fra sammenliknende prøvinger (ringtester) arrangert av Livsmedelsverket i Uppsala, Sverige. Se sammenlikningen her.
Evalueringene illustrerer at resultatene for NMKL og ISO metodene på Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella, Enterobacteriaceae, aerobe mikroorganismer, Bacillus cereus, E.coli og koagulase positive Staphylococcus gir ekvivalente resultater.
This guide (NMKL Procedure No. 29) is intended for objective sensory analysis of meat and meat products and is focused on the matters to which especial attention must be paid in sensory analysis of meat and meat products. The procedure is elaborated in a project group under the lead of Camilla Bejerholm, Technological Institute, Denmark.