Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Move to Automated Titration

Is your analysis volume growing? Are your customers’ specifications getting stricter? You are not alone. Analytical requirements are growing across many industries and customer standards are increasing. Fortunately, titration is a measurement method that can be easily automated to provide a wide range of benefits. Additionally, automated titration technology is becoming more accessible and affordable.…

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 pH During Yoghurt Production

It’s a great time to be a dairy lover. Supermarkets are stocking shelves with more products than ever before due to increased consumer demand. Yoghurt has surged in popularity in recent years with the introduction of Greek yoghurt, whipped yoghurt, and yoghurts containing probiotics. This explosion in popularity has caused yoghurt manufacturers to re-evaluate their…

Sodium in Canned Soup

Sodium chloride, also known as table salt, was once worth more than gold. This seems like a strange thing to hear in today’s world, where the population is told to “watch their salt intake” and to try “low sodium diets.” Processed products seem to scream from the shelves with their advertisements of new and improved…

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…