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CALCULATION OF THE COMITE´ DES INDUSTRIES DES MAYONNAISES ET SAUCES CONDIMENTAIRES DE LA COMMUNAUTE´ ECONOMIQUE EUROPEENNE (CIMSCEE) SAFETY VALUE (ΣS) FOR A SAUCE

 

Calculator for determining the CIMSCEE safety value (Σs) for a sauce containing acetic acid
% total acetic acid
pH
% salt
% hexose

% disaccharide

 

1-α (proportion of undissociated acetic acid) 0
CIMSCEE safety value (Σs) is 0. ALERT! This result is lower than the CIMSCEE safe value of 63 required for a safe product
Caution. The CIMSCEE model can under certain circumstances give an incorrect indication of product safety. Please see the article on this site for more information. This free calculator is intended for educational use only and is not a substitute for a company employing a qualified food technologist or microbiologist.

 

 

How to cite this article

Mullan, W.M.A. (2009) [On-line] UK: Available: Accessed:

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