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Quality of sandesh in Delhi market

, : Quality of sandesh in Delhi market. Pollution management in food industries: 30

Studies are presented on the chemical, microbial and sensory quality of Indian sandesh sold in a Delhi market. 3 types of sandesh were examined, i.e. karapak (low moisture, hard), narampak (medium moisture, soft) and kachhagolla (high moisture). Results (tabulated) indicated that moisture levels in the 3 types resp. (10, 30 and 10 samples analysed, resp.), averaged approx. 12, 24.5 and 35%; corresponding fat averaged 21.5, 15 and 12.5%, protein 18, 20 and 12%, and sucrose 46, 36 and 38%.

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