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2 INDEX FAPAS PROGRAMME 2003/4 These analytes and matrices can be found on the following pages: 1,3-DCP 6 3-MCPD 6 Acesulfame-K 4 Acidity (see also total & volatile) 5 Acrylamide 2 Additives 4 Aflatoxin M1 2 Aflatoxins B & G &/or total 2 Alcoholic Drinks 5 Alcoholic Strength 5 Allergens 6 Aluminium 3 Animal Feed 1, 2, 3 Anti-microbial screen 3 Antioxidants 4 Apple Juice 2 Apple Purée 7 Arsenic (Total & inorganic) 3 Artificial Colours 4 Artificial Sweeteners 4 Ash 1, 3 Aspartame 4 Baby Food 1, 5, 6, 7 BADGE 4 Batter Mix 6 Beef 1 Benzoic Acid 4 BHA 4 BHT 4 Bisphenol A 4 Bonemeal 1 Brandy 5 Bread Powder 4 Breadcrumbs 1 Breakfast Cereal 2, 4, 5, 6 Brix 3, 4 Butyric Acid 5 Cabbage Purée 5 Cadmium 3 Caffeine 4 Cake Mix 6 Calcium 3, 4 Carmoisine 4 Cephalosporans 3 Cereal 2 Cheese & Pasta Meal 1 Chicken 1, 6 Chloramphenicol 3 Chloride 1, 4 Cholesterol 5 Citric Acid 3, 4 Citrus Purée 7 Clenbuterol 3 Coccidiostats 3 Cocoa 2 Cod 1 Cod Liver Oil 5, 6 Coffee 2, 4 Cola Drink 4 Condensed Milk 1, 5 Copper 3, 4 Crab Meat (canned) 3 Crispbread 2 Crude Fibre 3 Dab 1 Dairy Ration 3 Decaffeinated Coffee 4 DEHA 4 Deoxynivalenol 2 Diastase 1 Dietary Fibre 1 Dioxins 6 Dried Vine Fruit 2 Edible Oil 5 Egg Proteins 6 Energy Drink 4 Environmental Contaminants 6 Ethyl Acetate 5 Fat see Total Fat Feeding Stuffs 3 Figs 2 Fish (canned) 3, 6 Fish (fresh) 1 Fish (salted) 1 Fish Authenticity 1 Fish Feed 3 Fish Identification 1 Folate 5 Food Ingredients 4 Fructose 1, 3 Fruit Cordial 5 Fruit Juice 3 Fumonisins B1 & B2 2 Glucose 1, 3 Green Coffee 2 Green S 4 Haddock 1 Hake 1 Hazelnut Powder 2 Herb Purée 7 Histamine 6 Hoki 1 Honey 1, 3, 7 Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) 1 Hydroxyproline 1 Icing Sugar 4 Indigo Carmine 4 Iodine 4 Iodine Value 5 Iron 3, 4 Isocitric Acid 3 K232 5 K270 5 Lamb 1 Lead 3 Lettuce Purée 5, 7 Liquid Mineral Supplement 4 Liquid Vitamin Supplement 5 L-Malic Acid 3 Magnesium 3 Maize 2 Malachite Green 3 Manganese 3, 4 Meat 4, 5 Meat (canned) 1, 4 Meat Authenticity 1
3 INDEX FAPAS PROGRAMME 2003/4 These analytes and matrices can be found on the following pages: Meat Meal (canned) 1 Mercury 3 Metallic Contaminants 3 Methanol 5 Migration 4 Milk 2, 3 Milk (Condensed) 1, 5 Milk Powder 1, 2, 3, 4 Milk Proteins 6 Mixed Fat Spread 5 Moisture 1, 3 Mono-unsaturates 5 Mycotoxins 2 Niacin 5 Nitrate 5 Nitrite 5 Nitrofuran metabolites 3 Nitrogen 1 Nitroimidazoles 3 Nut Powder or Paste (see 2 also peanut/pistachio & hazelnut) Nutritional Components 1 Nutritional Elements 4 Nylon Film 4 OC Pesticides 6 Ochratoxin A 2 Oil (see also total oil) 4 Olive Oil 5, 6 OP Pesticides 6 Orange Juice 3 Overall Migration 4 PAHs 6 Pastry Mix 6 Patulin 2 PCBs 6 Peanut Butter 2 Peanut Powder 2 Peanut Protein 6 Peroxide Value 5 Pesticides 6, 7 Petfood 3 ph 3, 4 Phosphorus 3, 4 Pig Ration 3 Pineapple Juice 3 Pistachio Powder 2 Plaice 1 Plastic Container 4 Pollack 1 Poly-unsaturates 5 Ponceau 4R 4 Pork 1 Porridge Oats 1 Potassium 3, 4 Poultry Feed 3 Poultry Ration 3 Prawns 3 Premix 3 Preservatives 4 Propan-1-ol 5 Protein 3 Pyrethroids 6 Quinine 4 Quinoline Yellow 4 Rum 5 Saccharin 4 Saturates 5 Sodium 1, 3, 4 Soft Drinks 4 Sorbic Acid 4 Soy Sauce 6 Soya 1 Specific Migration 4 Spice 2 Spinach Purée 5 Standard Mix 3 Starch 3 Streptomycin 3 Sucrose 1, 3 Sugars see Total Sugars & Individual Sugar Names Sulfonamides 3 Sulphur Dioxide 4, 5 Sunset Yellow 4 Sweet Pepper Purée 7 Sweeteners 4 Tartrazine 4 Taurine 4 Tea 7 Tetracyclines 3 Tin 3 Tomato Purée 3 Tomato Sauce 4 Tonic 4 Total Acidity 3, 4, 5 Total Fat 1, 5 Total Folate 5 Total Oil 3 Total Sugars 1, 3, 4 Urine 3 Vegetable Fat 6 Vegetable Oil 5 Vegetable Purée 3 Veterinary Drug Residues 3 Veterinary Medicines 3 Vine Fruit (Dried) 2 Vitamin A 3, 5 Vitamin Analysis 5 Vitamin B 1 3, 5 Vitamin B 12 5 Vitamin B 2 3, 5 Vitamin B 6 5 Vitamin C 3, 5 Vitamin D 3 5 Vitamin E 3, 5 Volatile Acidity 5 Wheat Flour 1, 2, 6 Whisky 5 Whiting 1 Wine 2, 3, 5, 7 Yoghurt 4 Zearalenone 2 Zinc 4
4 Fish & Meat Authenticity 09/04/ Chicken Contaminated (presence / absence) with one or more from: pork, beef, lamb or soya (freeze dried sample to be reconstituted) 22/07/ Lamb Contaminated (presence / absence) with one or more from: pork, chicken, beef or soya (freeze dried sample to be reconstituted) 30g 30g 06/10/ F Fish Identification Three fish samples to be identified from the following list: Haddock, Cod, Plaice, Pollack, Dab, Hoki, Whiting & Hake 10g of each fish 21/01/ (was 2903) Animal Feed Bonemeal presence / absence Nutritional Components 06/05/ Canned Meat Moisture, Ash, Total Fat, Nitrogen, Sodium & Chloride 30/07/ Canned Meat Moisture, Ash, Total Fat, Nitrogen & Hydroxyproline 04/11/ Canned Meat Meal Moisture, Ash, Total Fat, Nitrogen, Sodium & Chloride 16/02/ Canned Meat Moisture, Ash, Total Fat, Nitrogen, Hydroxyproline & Soya 28/07/ Wheat Flour Moisture, Ash, Nitrogen & Dietary Fibre 01/10/ Porridge Oats Moisture, Ash, Total Fat, Nitrogen & Dietary Fibre 22/01/ Breadcrumbs Moisture, Ash, Nitrogen & Dietary Fibre 11/04/ Milk Powder Moisture, Ash, Total Fat & Nitrogen 02/07/ Fish (salted) Moisture, Ash, Total Fat, Nitrogen, Sodium & Chloride 17/09/ Baby Food Moisture, Ash, Total Fat & Nitrogen 100g 03/12/ Milk Powder Moisture, Ash, Total Fat & Nitrogen 04/03/ Cheese & Pasta Meal Moisture, Ash, Total Fat, Nitrogen, Sodium & Chloride 04/03/ Condensed Milk Moisture, Ash, Total Fat, Nitrogen & Total Sugars Honey 19/05/ F Honey Moisture, Ash, Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) & Diastase 29/09/ F Honey Fructose, Glucose, Sucrose, Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) & Diastase page 1 N/A not applicable
5 Mycotoxins 08/05/ Maize Aflatoxins B & G &/or total 55g 08/05/ Hazelnut Powder Aflatoxins B & G &/or total 55g 30/07/ Spice Aflatoxins B & G &/or total 55g 30/07/ Peanut Powder Aflatoxins B & G &/or total 55g 27/10/ F Figs Aflatoxins B & G &/or total 100g 29/10/ Peanut Butter Aflatoxins B & G &/or total 55g 27/01/ Animal Feed Aflatoxins B & G &/or total 55g 27/01/ Pistachio Powder Aflatoxins B & G &/or total 55g 09/05/ Milk Powder Aflatoxin M 1 55g 27/10/ F Milk Aflatoxin M 1 01/04/ F Apple Juice (clear) 13/10/ F Apple Juice (cloudy) Patulin Patulin 50mL 50mL 28/04/ F Dried Vine Fruit Ochratoxin A 100g 29/04/ Cereal Ochratoxin A 55g 18/08/ Green Coffee Ochratoxin A 55g 18/08/ Cocoa Ochratoxin A 55g 17/11/ Spices Ochratoxin A 55g 17/11/ Wine Ochratoxin A 55mL 23/02/ Cereal Ochratoxin A 55g 23/02/ Roasted Coffee Ochratoxin A 55g 02/04/ Wheat Flour Deoxynivalenol 55g 08/07/ Maize Fumonisins B1 & B2 (not total) 55g 16/10/ Maize Deoxynivalenol 55g 04/02/ Maize Zearalenone 55g Acrylamide 23/04/ Coffee Acrylamide 13/08/ Crispbread Acrylamide 12/11/ Breakfast Cereal Acrylamide 11/03/ Nut Powder or Paste Acrylamide page 2 N/A not applicable
6 Veterinary Drug Residues (# indicates test includes identification and quantification) 13/05/ F Prawns # Nitrofuran metabolites 40g 03/06/ Standard Mix # Sulfonamides & Tetracyclines N/A 12/08/ Milk Powder Chloramphenicol 40g 21/10/ F Fish Malachite Green 40g 11/11/ F Milk # Anti-microbial screen (Cephalosporans, Sulfonamides & Tetracyclines) 120mL 12/01/ F Honey Streptomycin 40g 09/03/ F Urine Clenbuterol 40mL 22/03/ Poultry Feed # Screen for Veterinary Medicines (Coccidiostats & Nitroimidazoles) 100g Feeding Stuffs 14/05/ Dairy Ration Ash, Crude Fibre, Moisture, Total Oil, Protein, Mg & P 10/07/ Fish Feed Ash, Moisture, Total Oil, Protein & Vitamin C (in the phosphate form) 14/10/ Pig Ration Ash, Crude Fibre, Moisture, Total Oil, Protein, Fe & Cu 24/11/ Poultry Ration Ash, Crude Fibre, Moisture, Total Oil & Protein 24/11/ Poultry Ration Starch, Total Sugars, Ca, P & Na 03/03/ Premix Cu, Mn, Vitamins A & E 03/03/ Wet Petfood Ash, Moisture, Protein, Total Oil, Vitamins B 1 & B 2 Metallic Contaminants 30/04/ Milk Powder Lead, Total Mercury, Cadmium & Total Arsenic (spiked high levels), Aluminium (natural level) 30/04/ Wine Lead, Total Arsenic, Cadmium & ph (spiked high levels) 30mL 21/07/ F Tomato Purée Tin (high level) 15/09/ Canned Fish Total Arsenic, Lead, Total Mercury & Cadmium (natural levels) 25g 20/01/ F Vegetable Purée 23/03/ Canned Crab Meat Fruit Juice Lead, Tin & Cadmium (spiked high levels) Total & Inorganic Arsenic, Total Mercury, Copper & Cadmium (natural levels) 25g 15/05/ Orange Juice Brix, ph, Total Acidity, Total Sugars, Ca, K & P 10/09/ Orange Juice Sucrose, Glucose, Fructose, Citric Acid, L-Malic Acid & Isocitric Acid 04/12/ Pineapple Juice Brix, ph, Total Acidity, Total Sugars, Ash, Mg & Na page 3 N/A not applicable
7 Soft Drinks 25/04/ Cola Drink Caffeine, Benzoic Acid, Acesulfame-K & Saccharin 15/07/ Soft Drink Quinoline Yellow, Sunset Yellow, Tartrazine, Green S 15/07/ Ground Coffee Caffeine 1 sample caffeinated & 1 sample decaffeinated 08/10/ Soft Drink Sorbic Acid, Citric Acid, Saccharin, ph & Brix 2 x 20g 15/01/ Energy Drink Caffeine, Total Sugars & Taurine 15/01/ Tonic Quinine, Benzoic Acid, Aspartame & Acesulfame-K Food Ingredients 24/04/ Tomato Sauce ph, Brix, Sodium, Chloride & Total Acidity 21/05/ Oil BHA & BHT Antioxidants 50mL 27/08/ Icing Sugar Carmoisine, Ponceau 4R, Sunset Yellow, Indigo Carmine 05/11/ Meat Sulphur Dioxide 100g 03/02/ F Yoghurt Sorbic Acid, Acesulfame-K Nutritional Elements 01/05/ Milk Powder Calcium & Iodine (natural levels) 30/06/ Liquid Mineral Supplement 02/09/ Breakfast Cereal Potassium, Manganese & Copper Calcium, Iron & Zinc (fortified) 30mL 06/11/ Canned Meat Zinc, Calcium & Phosphorus (natural levels) 05/02/ Bread Powder Iron & Zinc (natural levels) Migration 07/05/ Nylon Film Overall Migration into Ethanol N/A 16/09/ Plastic Container 16/01/ Plastic Container Overall Migration into Acetic Acid by Article Filling Overall Migration into Olive Oil by Article Filling N/A N/A 06/06/ Oil DEHA N/A 26/09/ Oil BADGE, BADGE Hydrolysis & Chlorohydrin Products N/A 28/01/ Oil & Aqueous simulants Bisphenol A in both matrices N/A page 4 N/A not applicable
8 Alcoholic Drinks 11/06/ Brandy Alcoholic Strength, Ethyl Acetate, Methanol & Propan-1-ol 30/09/ Rum Alcoholic Strength, Ethyl Acetate, Methanol & Propan-1-ol 02/12/ Whisky Alcoholic Strength, Ethyl Acetate, Methanol & Propan-1-ol 10/02/ Wine Alcoholic Strength, Total Acidity, SO 2, Volatile Acidity 100mL 100mL 100mL 125mL Oils & Fats 10/04/ Vegetable Oil Mono-unsaturates, Poly-unsaturates & Saturates 20mL 17/06/ Condensed Milk Cholesterol & Total Fat 200g 11/08/ F Mixed Fat Spread Mono-unsaturates, Poly-unsaturates & Saturates 20g 22/10/ Olive Oil Peroxide Value, Acidity K232 & K mL 26/01/ Vegetable Oil Mono-unsaturates, Poly-unsaturates & Saturates 20mL 26/01/ Edible Oil Peroxide Value, Acidity & Iodine Value 100mL 15/03/ F Mixed Fat Spread Nitrate Analysis Cholesterol, Butyric Acid & Total Fat 40g 10/06/ F Spinach Purée Nitrate 70g 06/08/ Meat Nitrate & Nitrite 25g 07/10/ F Cabbage Purée Nitrate 70g 14/01/ Meat Nitrate & Nitrite 25g 16/03/ F Lettuce Purée Nitrate 70g Vitamin Analysis 09/06/ F Liquid Vitamin Supplement Vitamins B 1, B 2 & B 6 30mL 05/08/ F Cod Liver Oil Vitamins A, D 3 & E 30mL 28/10/ Breakfast Cereal Niacin, Total Folate, Vitamins B 1 & B 2 13/01/ F Fruit Cordial Vitamin C 30mL 10/03/ Powdered Baby Food Vitamins A, B 12, C & E 25g page 5 N/A not applicable
9 3-MCPD 20/05/ Soy Sauce 3-MCPD 40g 10/10/ Soy Sauce 3-MCPD 40g 17/02/ Soy Sauce 3-MCPD & 1,3-DCP 40g Allergens 14/04/ Canned Fish Histamine (high level) 16/07/ Dry Cake Mix Peanut Protein 20g 15/10/ Canned Fish Histamine (low level) 18/02/ Dry Batter/ Pastry Mixes Detection of Milk & Egg Proteins (presence/absence) 20g Environmental Contaminants (*the dioxin round 0616 incurs extra costs see fees sheet) 02/05/ * Cod Liver Oil PCBs & Dioxins 30mL 24/09/ Olive Oil PAHs 30mL OC Pesticide Residues & PCBs 05/06/ Vegetable Fat OC Pesticides & PCBs 25g 26/08/ Vegetable Fat OC Pesticides & PCBs 25g 25/11/ F Chicken OC Pesticides 100g 05/03/ Vegetable Fat OC Pesticides & PCBs 25g Vegetable fat test materials in Series 5 may contain up to 6 pesticides or PCBs from the list below, the chicken test material may contain up to 6 pesticides from the list below: alpha-hexachlorocyclohexane (α-hch) beta-hexachlorocyclohexane (β-hch) gamma-hexachlorocyclohexane (γ-hch) hexachlorobenzene (HCB) heptachlor trans-heptachlor epoxide aldrin dieldrin cis-chlordane trans-chlordane OP Pesticide Residues & Pyrethroids oxychlordane alpha-endosulfan beta-endosulfan endosulfan sulfate endrin pp -DDE pp -DDD (TDE) op -DDT pp -DDT PCB 28 PCB 52 PCB 101 PCB 118 PCB 138 PCB 153 PCB /05/ Baby Food (Rusk) OP Pesticides 11/09/ Wheat Flour OP Pesticides & Pyrethroids 25/03/ Breakfast Cereal OP Pesticides Each test material in Series 9 may contain up to 6 pesticides from the list below (wheat flour) may also contain up to 3 of the pyrethroids listed below: chlorpyrifos chlorpyrifos-methyl diazinon dichlorvos etrimfos fenitrothion malathion methacrifos phosphamidon pirimiphos-methyl page 6 cyfluthrin cypermethrin deltamethrin esfenvalerate lambda-cyhalothrin permethrin N/A not applicable
10 Pesticide Residues in Food 22/04/ F Citrus Purée Pesticides 100g 22/04/ F Sweet Pepper Purée Pesticides 100g 01/07/ Wine Pesticides 100mL 01/07/ Tea Pesticides 22/09/ F Baby Food Pesticides presence/ absence at low levels 100g 22/09/ F Herb Purée Pesticides 100g 09/12/ F Apple Purée Pesticides 100g 09/12/ F Lettuce Purée Pesticides 100g 02/03/ Honey Pesticides 2-phenylphenol alpha-endosulfan azoxystrobin benalaxyl beta-endosulfan bifenthrin bromide (inorganic) bromopropylate buprofezin carbaryl chlorfenvinphos carbendazim chlorpropham chlorpyrifos Each test material in Series 19 may contain up to 6 pesticides from the list below: chlorpyrifos-methyl deltamethrin dicloran dicofol dimethoate diphenylamine dodine endosulfan sulfate ethion fenvalerate fludioxonil flumethrin imazalil imidacloprid iprodione kresoxim-methyl lambda-cyhalothrin mecarbam metalaxyl methamidophos methidathion monocrotophos myclobutanil pp -DDT op -DDT omethoate oxadixyl parathion parathion-methyl paclobutrazole penconazol pendimethalin permethrin phosalone pirimicarb pirimiphos-methyl pp -DDE pp -TDE (DDD) procymidone propamocarb propargite propyzamide pyrimethanil quintozene tau-fluvalinate tebuconazole terbutryn tetradifon thiabendazole tolclofos-methyl triazophos trifloxystrobin trifluralin vinclozolin page 7 N/A not applicable
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