At ZP FoodSense we perform HPLC analysis of foods as a service as well as supporting our FoodSense product. In this data we have used HPLC to analyse some samples for their capsaicin and ferulic acid content.
ZP and the FoodSense Group will be at ProWein in Düsseldorf from the 15 to 17 March 2020 we will be touring with FoodSense which can measure the pH and sulfite in wine. if you would like a live demo please contact us now and we will meet you at the show.
In this note we discuss a recent study where we measured the E. coli in five bags of spinach. We measured the E. coli by both traditional agar plate measurements and using the E. coli sensor for FoodSense.
FoodSense has the broadest panel of Food Quality and Food Safety in a hand held device. At the time of writing this little device can test: chilli, garlic, white wine, ginger, turmeric, pH and detect E. coli.
At FoodSense we receive a lot of interest for our Chilli Sensor from people producing their own sauces and growing their own chillies at home. We have therefore launched our KICKSTARTER campaign to get this home version of the chilli sensor going. Please click the button below to see our KICKSTARTER campaign.