TRAINING OF A SENSORY PANEL FOR QUANTITATIVE DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF LAMB MEAT
- Effects of double transport and season on sensorial aspects of lamb's meat quality in dry climates. Miranda-de la Lama, Genaro; Villarroel, Morris; Campo, Mar�a del; Olleta, Jos�; Sa�udo, Carlos; Mar�a, Gustavo // Tropical Animal Health & Production;Jan2012, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p21
The objective of the current study was to analyse the effects of double transport and season on sensorial aspects of lamb's meat quality in dry climates. A total of 144 lambs were sampled in a 3 � 2 � 2 factorial design, testing three types of double transport along the residence time at a...
- Quality of lamb up as farmers hit the mark. Davies, Robert; Buss, Jessica // Farmers Weekly;8/9/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 6, p47
Reports on the improvement of lamb quality in Great Britain in 2002. Percentage of lamb output which hit the qualification target of E, U and R for conformation and fat class 1, 2 or 3L; Warning on the confusion of consumers on the quality marks used on lamb; Suggestion on the partnership of...
- Easing up of lamb supply. // Meat Trades Journal;10/26/2012, p10
The article offers information on the supply of improved quality of lamb due to availability of good numbers of animals.
- EBLEX CONNECTS WITH CONSUMERS. // Meat Trades Journal;10/26/2012, p10
The article offers information on the investment of Eblex Ltd. for stimulating the demand for quality assured beef and lamb.
- QSM-MARK OF INTEGRITY. // Meat Trades Journal;2/15/2013, p11
The article reports on the Eblex Quality Standard Mark (QSM) for beef and lamb meat products in Great Britain for retailers, manufacturers, and foodservice operators to guarantee food safety, animal welfare, and consistent eating quality.
- Meat. // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;12/8/2005, Vol. 195 Issue 4403, p71
The article presents an update related to animal products in Great Britain as of December 8, 2005. The quality of lamb meat improved. Panic over bird flu influenced beef prices and caused the decline in the demand for turkey.
- MEAT YIELD SIMILAR FROM HIGH AND LOW INDEX RAMS. Buss, Jessica // Farmers Weekly;7/22/2005, Vol. 143 Issue 4, p29
Reports on the similar weights of saleable meat yield between lambs sired by high and low indexed ram breeds according to a research conducted in Great Britain. Meat quality of low indexed rams; Factors that commercial farmers need to consider when buying rams from recorded flocks.
- Diet the biggest factor in flavour. Long, Jonathan // Farmers Weekly;6/2/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 22, p40
The article provides information on a study on lamb eating quality presented by Owen Young of Auckland University in New Zealand during the Langford Food Industry Conference in Bristol, England. Young told conference delegates that certain diets could add specific flavor differences to meat,...
- Pasture type might be marketing tactic. // Farmers Weekly;6/2/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 22, p40
The article focuses on the potential of marketing lamb according to pasture type. Frances Whittington of Bristol Vet School in England said a study comparing the eating quality of lambs from four production systems, saltmarsh, moorland, heather and semi-improved grassland, had found some...