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TECNICA MOLITORIA Vol. 67

 

JUNE

CONTENTS

 

 

In vitro starch digestibility and quality attributes of gluten-free tagliatelle prepared with teff flour and a new bean cultivar

G. Giuberti - A. Gallo - P. Fortunati - F. Masoero

Gluten free tagliatelle were prepared with teff flour and increasing levels (0, 20 and 40%, weight/weight; for control, T20 and T40, respectively) of new developed white-seeded low phytic acid and lectin free common bean flour. On a dry matter (DM) basis, total starch decreased from 72.2 to 65.1 and 60.2%, while protein and dietary fibre increased from 9.9 to 13.3% and 16.5% and from 8.5 to 11.8% and 15.7% for control, T20 and T40, respectively. The colour was influenced by bean inclusion, whereas no difference was reported for texture properties. In cooked to optimum samples, bean flour inclusion increased the resistant starch content (from 6.6% DM for control to 18.6% DM for T40) while decreased from 60 for control to 39 for T40 the in vitro glycaemic index. Present findings suggest that the partial replacement of teff flour with bean flour can favourably be used in gluten free pasta formulation.

 

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Food security and control plans of chloramphenicol residues: development and validation of a screening method

C. Franchino - V. Vita - R. Damiano - F. Floridi - R. De Pace

Chloramphenicol is widely used in the world as a veterinary drug, although it has been banned in Europe as classified by IARC as possibly carcinogenic to humans. The paucity of toxicological data hinders the establishment of an Acceptable Daily Intake and is not possible to establish a maximum residue limit in food. This resulted in a zero tolerance using the minimum required performance limit (MRPL) of 0.3 mg/kg. To meet the national programs of official control, analysis methods fast but at the same time sensitive are needed. The Authors’ laboratory has validated – in terms of specificity, detection and precision – methods for different kinds of foodstuffs both for human consumption and for zootechnical use. The validated methods are robust as their final results are not significantly affected by intentional variations induced in the execution stages and are precise as they satisfy the criteria of repeatability and reproducibility, intra- and interlaboratory.

 

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6: 466

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6: 468

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6: 474

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6: 476

SUPPLIER NEWS

 

6: 481

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6: 482

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6: 483

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6: 487

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6: 491

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