Proximate analysis of food products
In food analysis, proximate refers to the determination of major components (moisture, ash carbohydrates, lipids, crude fiber, and proteins) and hence called “proximate analysis”.
- Moisture content
- Crude fiber
- Crude protein
Why proximate analysis is important?
- Proximate analysis gives very useful information, particularly from the nutritional and biochemical points of views.
- Proximate analysis is of key commercial concern as food-manufacturing companies need to ensure that their products meet the appropriate laws and legal declaration requirements as well as the safety aspects of the end products when released to the end.
- To ensure that consumers are well aware of the nutritional composition of foods so that they can make informed and knowledgeable decisions about their diet.
Why should you choose Mithula Analytics?
We have an experienced team to conduct a test successfully and accurately. Globally the audience can get a clear understanding of their sample in a reasonable time and price (depending upon sample type and quantity).