Organoleptic and physicochemical proficiency tests

Fecha de publicación: 14/05/2021
Fuente: Comité Oleícola Internacional
Lugar: Sin categoría
Every year, the IOC holds intercomparison trials for physico-chemical and sensory analysis. Several laboratories took part in the most recent intercomparison trial for the period 1 December 2021 to 30 November 2022. Successful laboratories are granted official recognition to conduct the physico-chemical analysis of olive oils on the basis of Decision No. DEC-III.2/109-VI/2019. There are three types of recognition:

Type A recognition: basic testing
Type B recognition: advanced purity analyses, which also includes quality parameters
Type C recognition: the analysis of residues and contaminants

The IOC also holds two tests to check the proficiency of these laboratories in applying the IOC method for the organoleptic assessment of virgin olive oil in accordance with decision No. DEC-13/103-V/2015.
For further information please check this link:
Chemistry & Standardisation Unit

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