This document specifies requirements and test methods for fresh artichokes, including their hearts and bottoms, of the following groups: — cynara cardunculus Scolymus Group; — cynara cardunculus Cardoon Group, syn. C. cardunculus var. altilis DC. It does not apply to processed artichokes.

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This document specifies requirements and test methods for fresh asparagus shoots of commercial varieties of asparagus grown from Asparagus officinalis L., of the Liliaceae family, offered to consumers after preparation and packaging. This document is applicable to all asparagus except green and violet/green asparagus with a diameter less than 3 mm and white and violet asparagus with a diameter less than 8 mm, packed in uniform bundles or unit packages. This document does not apply to processed a...view more

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This document specifies requirements and test methods for priests (caper). It includes requirements for caper buds.

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This document specifies requirements and test methods for the fresh cornelian fruit of the tree Cornus mas L. It does not apply to processed cornelian cherries.

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This document specifies the conditions required for good keeping of the following groups of citrus fruits during their storage with or without refrigeration, in stores or in various transport equipment (such as containers, railway cars, trucks or ships): — oranges: Citrus sinensis (Linnaeus) Osbeck; — mandarins: Citrus reticulata Blanco; — lemons: Citrus limon (Linnaeus) N. L. Burman; — grapefruits: Citrus paradisi Macfadyen; — limes: — Citrus aurantifolia (Christmann) Swingle; — Citrus latifoli...view more

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ISO 5519:2008 specifies a method for extracting the sorbic acid present in fruits, vegetables and derived products, and two techniques for determining the sorbic acid extracted.

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ISO 22855:2008 specifies a method using high-performance liquid chromatography for the determination of the concentration of benzoic and sorbic acids in fruit and vegetable juices.

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ISO 5518:2007 specifies a method for determining the benzoic acid content of fruits, vegetables and derived products. As chlorobenzoic acids are resistant to oxidation, the method cannot be applied in the presence of p-chlorobenzoic acid, as the absorption spectrum of this acid is close to that of benzoic acid. Neither can it be used in the presence of cinnamic acid, which is transformed into benzoic acid by chromic acid oxidation.

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ISO 23394:2006 specifies requirements and test methods for dried oleaster obtained from the fruits of the tree Eleagnus angustifolia L. destined for human consumption.

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ISO 23392:2006 specifies a method for the determination of the alcohol-insoluble solids content of fresh or quick-frozen peas and maize, as well as whole kernel maize.

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ISO 23393:2006 specifies requirements and test methods for pomegranate fruit of the tree Punica granatum (L.) destined for human consumption.

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ISO 23391:2006 specifies requirements and test methods for dried rosehips obtained from the fruits of the rosehips shrub (Rosa canina L.) destined for human consumption.

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ISO 6561-2:2005 specifies an atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the cadmium content of fruits, vegetables and derived products.

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ISO 6561-1:2005 specifies a graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the cadmium content of fruits, vegetables and derived products.

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ISO 17239:2004 specifies a hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the arsenic content of fruits, vegetables and derived products.

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ISO 17240:2004 specifies an atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of the tin content of fruit and vegetable products in the concentration range 10 mg/kg to 500 mg/kg. It is a rapid method, especially suitable for routine determinations of tin in canned fruits and vegetables contaminated with tin which has migrated from the can. The method can be applied with the prescribed amount of sample to products with a maximum total dry matter content of 30 %. Products with higher co...view more

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