Our morning staple of coffee or tea provides us the benefits of being alert and awake. We are used to the taste, the aroma, the purity and consistency of these products. From carbohydrates to catechin analysis, Thermo Fisher Scientific instruments and solutions help with all your testing needs.
Brewed coffee and tea are currently two of the most consumed non-alcoholic drinks worldwide. Studies have shown that tea (Camellia sinensis) provides several health benefits, such as reduction of cholesterol and obesity, and protection against cardiovascular disease and cancer.
This application note demonstrates the benefits of using Thermo Scientific Accucore RP-MS HPLC columns for the analysis of coffee extracts.
This application proof note demonstrates a fast, high-resolution HPAE-PAD method for determining common sugars of interest in food and beverages. In this proof note, the method is performed using a Thermo Scientific Dionex Integrion HPIC system.
Tea, derived from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, is the world's second most popular beverage after water. The health benefits associated with tea are primarily attributed to its catechin constituents.
Catechins are flavonoid phytochemical compounds found primarily in green tea and—in smaller amounts—in grapes, black tea, chocolate, and wine. Catechins are considered potent antioxidants that provide protection against certain diseases, such as cardiovascular disease and cancer.
|Fast Analysis of Coffee Bean Extracts Using A Solid Core HPLC Column
|Beverages Applications Notebook: Coffee and Tea
|Quantitative Analysis of Catechins in Tea by UHPLC/UV
|Rapid Separation of Catechins in Tea
|Sensitive Determination of Catechins in Tea by HPLC
|Multi-Residue Pesticides Analysis in Herbal Tea Products by GC-MS/MS
|Application Proof Note
|Determination of Carbohydrates in Coffee Using Compact Ion Chromatography System
|Determination of Carbohydrates in Kombucha Using HPAE-PAD
|EA-IRMS: Tracing the Geographical Origin of Coffee Using Isotope Fingerprints
|EA-IRMS: Tracing the Geographical Origin of Green Coffee Beans Using Isotope Fingerprints
|Optimized reproducibility using a state of the art UHPLC system for the analysis of catechins found in tea