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Food Industry Solutions from Konica Minolta Sensing

Whether checking the appetizing color of a ready-made tomato sauce, the ideal hue of freshly caught salmon, or the rich color of chocolate, the impact of color on what ends up in the consumer’s basket is undeniable.

In the food and beverage industry, color and appearance are key ingredients to a product’s success. If a product's color is off or is different than what consumers expect, their minds tell them that it tastes different too. Konica Minolta Sensing Americas offers world-renowned color measurement specifically for the food industry. 

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Color Measurement Brochure: Food Industry

Find out why Konica Minolta Sensing has been trusted by over 70% of the top 100 global-sized food and drink companies.

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Case-Study: From the Floor Color Tests – Quick n’ Easy

When Pepperidge Farm installed Konica Minolta Sensing’s BC-10 Baking Contrast Meters, judging the color of baked goods became a cinch. In this case-study, learn how this plant's visual color judgments were affected by factors ranging from lighting conditions, the angle of observation, and individual perceptions.

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Case Study: The Color of Peanut Butter

Color is essential to peanut butter's final grade that is set by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). One company of peanut farmers, Sunland, Inc., previously had relied on visual inspections, which didn’t serve as an objective form of measurement. Learn more in this case-study.

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Learn food color measurement with "how-to" blogs:

How to Measure the Color of Pasta

Food Industry Blog

As with any major food sector, it is important for pasta producers to ensure their product has a color that conveys flavor, freshness and quality in the eyes of the consumer. Measuring pasta color occurs in two stages, flour and the actual pasta product. The color value is provided in L*a*b* format, b* is the indicator of yellowness in a sample. The higher b* becomes, the more yellow the sample appears.

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Color Control: Measuring the Color of Milk Powder

Food Industry Blog

Color is the largest indicator of a product’s quality because color is the first segment of perception that people use when selecting a brand in the supermarket. In milk powder, the source, processing and storage all contribute to the color. Ranging from a lighter white to a creamy yellow, maintaining the desired color on a consistent basis can be challenging.

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