Compositional analysis of teas from Australian supermarkets

@inproceedings{Yao2006CompositionalAO,
  title={Compositional analysis of teas from Australian supermarkets},
  author={Lihu Yao and Xu Liu and Yueming Jiang and Nola Caffin and B. R. D'arcy and Riantong Singanusong and Nivedita Datta and Ying Qiang Xu},
  year={2006}
}
  • Lihu Yao, Xu Liu, +5 authors Ying Qiang Xu
  • Published 2006
  • Chemistry
  • Caffeine, total amino acids, water extract and moisture content are considered to be quality indicators for leaf teas and teabags. These analyses were examined in 20 leaf teas and 36 teabags sampled from Australian supermarkets. About 70% of the analysed samples showed a moisture content higher than Vie maximum accepted level, 6.5%, for tea storage and marketing by the tea industries and traders. Water appropriate extract of 15 samples out of 36 teabags was lower than that of the teas without… CONTINUE READING

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