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An intercomparison study of the determination of sulfite in tropical shrimps by the West European Fish Technologists' Association (WEFTA)
Luten, J.; Bouquet, W.; Oehlenschläger, J.; Meetschen, U.; Etienne, M.; Stroud, G.; Bykowski, P.; Batista, I.; Vyncke, W.; Stefansson, G. (1997). An intercomparison study of the determination of sulfite in tropical shrimps by the West European Fish Technologists' Association (WEFTA). Z. Lebensm.-Unters.-Forsch. 204: 237-240
In: Zeitschrift für Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und -Forschung. Springer-Verlag: Heidelberg; Berlin. ISSN 1431-4630; e-ISSN 1432-2331, meer
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    Chemical compounds > Sulphur compounds > Sulphites
    Control > Quality control
    Detection
    Fisheries > Shellfish fisheries > Crustacean fisheries > Shrimp fisheries
    International cooperation
    Products > Fishery products
    Recovery
    Technology > Food technology
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  • Luten, J., meer
  • Bouquet, W.
  • Oehlenschläger, J.
  • Meetschen, U.
  • Etienne, M.
  • Stroud, G.
  • Bykowski, P.
  • Batista, I.
  • Vyncke, W., meer
  • Stefansson, G.

Abstract
    Eight WEFTA laboratories participated in two series of intercomparison exercises on sulfite determination in tropical shrimps. Samples of tropical shrimps were spiked with sodium metabisulfite (Na2S2O5) and hydroxymethylsulfonate (HMS) at a level of 25-90 mg SO2/kg. Most of the laboratories determined the sulfite content with (modified) methods of Monier-Williams or De Vries et al. The overall mean recovery of sulfite was rather low (47-60%), which may be attributed to an irreversible reaction of sulfite with the tropical shrimps. The repeatability of the methods within the participating laboratories was good. However, reproducibility among the laboratories was poor. It has been shown that the sulfite content in tropical shrimps spiked with Na2S2O5 decreased during storage at -20°C and at + 4°C. Hydroxymethylsulfonate was stable during storage.

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