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Sensory assessment of food bought in the Czech Republic and in Brussels 1.2.2012, Brno, Czech Republic Prepared by: Ing. Hana Šulcerová, Ph.D. Ing. Viera.

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1 Sensory assessment of food bought in the Czech Republic and in Brussels , Brno, Czech Republic Prepared by: Ing. Hana Šulcerová, Ph.D. Ing. Viera Šottniková, Ph.D.

2 The conditions and course evaluation ● six trained evaluators participated in the evaluation ● all evaluators have completed state sensory testing ● sensory evaluation is performed in a laboratory equipped according to ISO ● samples were submitted anonymously ● all the evaluators conducted their own evaluation of samples by paired comparison test

3 Sensory laboratory

4 ● no differences in composition ● Czech - more creamy, smooth consistency, better taste ● Strasbourg - rough consistency Activia yogurt - white not sweet

5 ● no differences in composition ● Czech - watery consistency and acid taste ● Strasbourg – delicious, denser, acceptable consistency Activia drink

6 Laughing Cow cheese ● no differences in composition ● Czech – strong cheese flavor and aroma ● Strasbourg – sour taste, less cohesion

7 President - camembert ● no differences in composition ● Czech – asymmetrically mature, thinner in the middle, a little hard ● Strasbourg – more mature, stronger flavor, better appearance

8 Cream cheese KIRI ● no differences in composition ● Brussels - more creamy pleasant smell and taste, typical for both products

9 Butter - President ● no differences in composition ● Brussels - more creamy ● pleasant smell and taste, typical for both products

10 Roquefort cheese ● no differences in composition ● Czech - more mushrooms, more maturity, distinctive aroma, more pronounced taste

11 Milk products

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13 Maggi - gold beef bouillon ● in the Czech bouillon was about 17,5% more fat ● Czech - fuller flavor, intense aroma and flavor of meat ● Strasbourg – lighter color, indescribable foreign flavor

14 Heinz Ketchup - sweet ● no differences in composition ● characteristic odor and taste in both samples

15 Panzani Bolognaise ● no differences in composition ● Czech - sour taste, thinner consistency ● Strasbourg - pleasant smell and taste, intense meat flavor, strong tomato flavor

16 Bonduelle mexicana ● no differences in composition ● Czech - sweeter, larger proportion of vegetables, crunchy vegetables

17 Rio mare - with vegetables ● no differences in composition ● the same and characteristic smell and taste

18 Other products

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20 Lipton Tea - Black ● no differences in composition ● Czech – pleasant and distinctive aroma and bitter taste ● Strasbourg - very bitter taste ● equally distinctive odor in both samples

21 Red Bull ● no differences in composition ● typical smell and taste in both samples

22 Coca - cola (cans) ● no differences in composition ● typical smell and taste in both samples

23 Nescafe Gold ● no differences in composition ● typical smell and taste in both samples

24 Douwe Egberts ● no differences in composition ● Brussels - more intense flavor, more bitter and darker color

25 Nestle - milk pudding with cocoa ● no differences in composition ● Czech - intense color, pleasant cocoa flavor

26 Happy day ● no differences in composition ● pronounced fruit flavor, darker color

27 Drinks

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29 Apricot jam ● no differences in composition ● finely balanced acid and sweet taste for both products

30 Nutella ● no differences in composition ● pleasant smell and taste, typical for both products

31 Spreads

32 Kinder chocolate ● no differences in composition ● finely balanced acid and sweet taste for both products

33 Chocolate - Mars ● different type - the same quality ● Czech - darker on the cut – very strong and nondescript sweet taste ● Strasbourg – more caramel and delicious taste

34 Chocolate - Snickers ● no differences in composition ● large differences in the cut ● Czech – sweet, less pronounced caramel ● Strasbourg – bigger nuts and intense caramel flavor

35 Chocolates

36 Sensory quality of all products 24 products were tested: 53% of products had a comparable quality, 24% better products derived from the Czech Republic, 23% better products derived from the Brussel and Strassburg.

37 Thank you for your attention


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