CARTIF PROJECTS

MITIGACRYL

Determination at the production line acrylamide levels at final product. 

Description

Control acrylamide levels in processed food means a need for the sector, in particular since the implementation of the Regulation (UE) 2017/2158 to reduce acrylamide presence in these food.

Standar analytical methodes for the detection of acrylamide are more sensible and replicables, however, are more expensive and isn´t possible using it online.

EUROPE SNACKS and CARTIF raises to develop a quick and precise analytical methode for the determination at the porduction line of acrylamide levels in final product through near- and mid-infrared spectroscopy technologies, who have already demonstrated their viability such as secondary analytics techniques and they allow food properties to be quantified quickly and with little or no sample pre-treatment.

Objectives

Develop a indirect analysis method with mid-infrared spectroscopy technology (MIRS), that allow discriminate potato crisp by its content in acrylamide in a quick way and without the need of  arrange qualified personal or have it quantified by an external laboratory.

Actions

  • Identification of critical parameters for the development of rapid analytical methods (MIRS and NIRS) and discriminatory of the acrylamide content for the acceptance and discard of potato crisp lots.
  • Development of the obtention of spectro methode and develop prediction models (chemometric treatment).
  • Integration of the developed measurement software.

Expected Results

  • Demosntrate technique viability of mid-near infrarred technologies to reach discriminate potato crips by its content in acrylamide.
  • Obtention of the MIRS acrylamide prediction model by the chemometric data treatment.
  • Validation of the classification and standarization model of the developed analytic method.
  • Development of a tailor-made software.

Customer

ICE R&D Strategic Plans

 

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End project data: 01/12/2023

Responsible

Maribel Campos Labadíe

Agrifood and Processes Division

marcam@cartif.es

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