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Determination of fat, moisture, and protein in meat and meat products by using the FOSS FoodScan (TM) near-infrared spectrophotometer with FOSS artificial neural network calibration model and associated database: Collaborative study



Determination of fat, moisture, and protein in meat and meat products by using the FOSS FoodScan (TM) near-infrared spectrophotometer with FOSS artificial neural network calibration model and associated database: Collaborative study



Journal of AOAC International 90(4): 1073-1083



A collaborative study was conducted to evaluate the repeatability and reproducibility of the FOSS FoodScan Tm near-infrared spectrophotometer with artificial neural network calibration model and database for the determination of fat, moisture, and protein in meat and meat products. Representative samples were homogenized by grinding according to AOAC Official Method 983.18. Approximately 180 g ground sample was placed in a 140 mm round sample dish, and the dish was placed in the FoodScan. The operator ID was entered, the meat product profile within the software was selected, and the scanning process was initiated by pressing the "start" button. Results were displayed for percent (g/100 g) fat, moisture, and protein. Ten blind duplicate samples were sent to 15 collaborators in the United States. The within-laboratory (repeatability) relative standard deviation (RSDr) ranged from 0.22 to 2.67% for fat, 0.23 to 0.92% for moisture, and 0.35 to 2.13% for protein. The between -laboratories (reproducibility) relative standard deviation (RSDR) ranged from 0.52 to 6.89% for fat, 0.39 to 1.55% for moisture, and 0.54 to 5.23% for protein. The method is recommended for Official First Action.

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