FRUITS AND VEGETABLE TESTING

Variety of Fruits and Vegetables placed in a table

As you eat fruits and vegetable, they affect your general growth. The toxins in them can be bad for the body.

What is the Fruits and Vegetable Testing service?

Testing services on samples assume that maximum residue limits (MRLs) are not being exceeded. It mainly determines the residues in fruits and vegetables which do no good to human health. In addition, these tests also provide the basic nutrient content of this fruit or vegetable. This testing includes grapes, mangoes and sugar cane.

Why Fruits and Vegetable Testing Required?

Microbiological testing involves measuring the number of bacteria, identifying mold and detecting diseases. These tests are needed to safeguard the safety of fruits and vegetable, avoid contamination sources and promote consumer health.

Pesticide residue analysis is both a matter of measuring chemical levels and identifying pesticide residue. Thus, attention to safety regulations is ensured and hazardous chemicals can be avoided.

Nutrient content:

including vitamin and mineral testing, and dietary fibre testing. These tests determine the nutritional content of fruits and vegetable to give consumers accurate dietary knowledge.

Fruits and Vegetables: Quality Assessment and Preservation

One is texture and sensory evaluation, which grades produce’s look, taste and scent on top of its feel. These assessments guarantee customer satisfaction and product quality and provide a surefire dining experience.
One of the important aspects of identifying fruits and vegetable is quality grading. This includes wrongly made foods identified as spoiled food, and size-graded or appearance-graded produce It makes marketing and sorting more effective, reduces waste, and improves product quality.

Shelf life testing evaluates decomposing symptoms and determines how long fruits and vegetable will last on the shelf. This improves sustainability, lowers food waste, and guarantees product freshness and lifespan. Food testing is an all-rounded technique that guarantees these important commodities nutritional value, safety, and quality. These assessments certify the quality of the produce, ensure consumer health and safety, and safeguard food industry sustainability.

The tests performed on fruits and vegetables are as follows:

Acesulfame K Acid Insoluble ash % (on dry basis) Acid insoluble ash(% of total weight of dry extract) Acidity as Citric Acid Acidity expressed as Citric Acid
Acidity of extracted fat (given as Oleic Acid)
Acidity of vinegar as acetic acid
Added salt (on dry weight basis)
Added Wax Coating
Alitame
Ash insoluble in hydrochloric acid
Aspartame
Benzoic Acid
Blemished / Damaged Units
Brilliant blue FCF
Carbohydrate
Crude fibre (on dry basis)
Damaged Raisins
Damaged/ Discoloured units
Drained Weight
Extraneous matter
Extraneous Vegetable matter
Fast green FCF
Foreign Substances
Fruit Juice Content
Hydrocyanic acid
Malachite green
Moisture
Mould
Neotame
Odour and flavour
Organic Extraneous matter
Percentage of reducing sugar to total sugar
pH
Phosphates
Physical Examination
Protein
Rodent Contamination
Rotting
Saccharin
Salt as NaCl
Size (Sieve analysis) in vanilla Powder (1.25 mm)
Sodium Chloride content in Brine
Sodium Chloride content in Brine
Sorbic Acid
Sugared Raisins
Sulfites
Sunset yellow
Synthetic colours
Tamarind seeds
Tatrazine
Test for added coloring matter
Test for added Natural colour
Test for presence of mineral acid
Test for Rancidity
Total ash % (on dry basis)
Total ash
Total soluble solids
Total Soluble Solids exclusive of added sugar
Total Sugar
Ash insoluble in dilute HCl Acidity as acetic acid Added common salt (as NaCl) Crude Protein (NX6.25) (on dry weight basis) Crude Fibre (on dry weight basis)
Defects
Dietary Fiber
Extraneous plant material
Foreign matter
Free Fatty Acid content in the oil extracted (as oleic acid)
Odours
Peel
Peroxidase test
pH of the covering liquid (for liquid medium pack)
Residual Fat (by dry weight)
Sodium Chloride
Sugar content (expressed as invert sugar)
Sulphur Dioxide
Test for added colouring matter
Total soluble solids (Salt free basis)
Total Ash (on dry weight basis)
Total titrable acidity (expressed as citric acid)
2,4-D
Aflatoxin-B1
Aflatoxin-B2
Aflatoxin-G1
Aflatoxin-G2
Aldrin
Ametoctradin
Arsenic as As
Atrazine
Azoxystrobin
Benomyl
BHC-alpha (benzene hexachloride)
BHC-beta
BHC-delta
BHC-gamma (Lindane, gamma HCH)
Bitertanol
Boscalid
Buprofezin
Cadmium as Cd
Captan
Carbaryl
Carbendazim
Carbofuran
Chlorantraniliprole
Chlordane-cis
Chlordane-trans
Chlothianidin
Copper as Cu
Copper hydroxide (Copper determined as element copper)
Copper Oxychloride (Copper determined as element copper)
Copper sulphate (Copper determined as element copper)
Thiometon
Zink as Zn
Cyantraniliprole
Cyazofamid
Cyfluthrin I
Cyhalothrin (Lambda)
Cypermethrin I
Cypermethrin II
Cypermethrin III
Cypermethrin IV
DDD-o,p'
DDD-p,p'
DDE-o,p'
DDE-p,p'
DDT-o,p'
DDT-p,p'
Deltamethrin
Diafenthiuron
Diazinon
Dichlorvos
Dicofol
Dieldrin
Difenconazole
Dimethoate
Dimethomorph
Dithiocarbamate as cs2
Diuron
Dodine
Endosulfan I (alpha isomer)
Endosulfan II (beta isomer)
Endosulfan sulfate
Endrin
Endrin aldehyde
Endrin ketone
Ethion
Famoxadone
Fenamidone
Fenarimol
Fenazaquin
Fenvalerate I
Fipronil
Flubendiamide
Flubendiamide
Fluopyram
Flusilazol
Fluxapyroxad
Heptachlor
Hexaconazole
Hexythiazox
Imidacloprid
Indoxacarb
Lead as Pb
Malaoxon
Malathion
Melamine
Mercury as Hg
Metalaxyl-m
Methomyl
Methoxychlor, p,p'
Metrafenon
Metribuzin
Monocrotophos
Myclobutanil
Nickel as Ni
Paclobutrazol
Paraoxon-methyl
Patulin
Penconazole
Phorate
Phorate sulfone
Phorate sulfoxide
Phosalone
Phosphamidon
Picoxystrobin
Propargite
Pyraclostrobin
Pyrethrin I
Pyrethrin II
Quinolphos
Saffrole
Simazine
Spiromecifen
Tebuconazole
Thiacloprid
Thiamethoxam
Thiophanate-methyl
Tin as Sn
Total aflatoxin(G2,G1,B2,B1)
Triadimefon
Trichlorfon
Tridemorph
Trifloxystrobin
Acetamiprid
BHC-alpha (benzene hexachloride)
BHC-gamma (Lindane, gamma HCH)BHC-gamma (Lindane, gamma HCH)
Copper hydroxide (Copper determined as element copper)
Copper Oxychloride (Copper determined as element copper)
Cuprous oxide (Copper determined as element copper)
Emamectin benzoate
Etoxazole
Fendamidone
Fenoxaprop-p-ethyl
Heptachlor exo-epoxide
Kresoxym Methyl
Lufenuron
Mandipropamid
Mepiquat Chloride
Novaluron
Oxadiargyl
Pendimethalin
Picoxstrobin
Propaquizafop
Pyridalyl
Quizalofop-ethyl
Spinosad A
Thiodicarb
Triazophos

Food labelling requirements necessitate fruits and vegetable testing services. Nutritional analysis helps market their nutritious value. Companies involved in importing or exporting these items require these analysis reports

CVR Labs is the top choice for Fruits and Vegetable Testing services, thanks to innovative technology, equipment, and a talented group of experts. Contact us now to learn more about our services and how we can help you keep your fresh fruit secure and fresh.

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