pH of Biscuit and Cookie Dough

Biscuits are a favourite treat among young and old in Australia. A sweet crispy style cake that dates back to the early seventh century AD Persia is now a pantry staple. By the time of the Renaissance, various recipes were developed to enjoy the tasty commodity known as fine cakes, or cookies, or biscuits. Small…

pH of Hot Sauce

Hot sauce has been steadily gaining attention in the eyes of consumers in Australia. Hot sauce, also known as chilli sauce or pepper sauce, is a spicy condiment made from chilli peppers. Although the variations of hot sauce are endless, all sauces contain at least one variety of chilli pepper. The sauce might be vegetable-based with chillies added for heat,…

Food Quality pH Meters

Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce a new line of Application Specific Design portable pH meters for the food industry.  This family of Foodcare meters includes a general-purpose model (HI98161) and versions specific for milk (HI98162), meat (HI98163), yoghurt (HI98164), and cheese (HI98165) products.  Due to the challenges faced when measuring difficult samples, specifically food…

Measuring the pH of Bread Dough

Bread is a staple in the diet of most people. It has been made and enjoyed since ancient times. From the loaf of bread to flat bread to white bread to sour dough, it can be found in every corner of the world. For the bakery that produces processed bread that is purchased in the store, it is important to add…