Free webinar
Tackling Food Fraud in Fruit and Fruit Juices


Thursday 15 September | 16:00 - 17:30 CEST
Language: English

Click here to register (mention your name and organization)

Dear Quality Expert,

As your reliable source for training Ciboris is offering you a free webinar on methodologies to combat food fraud in fruit and fruit juices. SGF International e.V. and Ciboris are collaborating to tackle one of the more difficult cases in fruit juice authentication: detection of peach puree in apricot puree. This adulteration with a biologically similar product is hard to uncover.

Please join us for two presentations and a Q&A session afterwards.


The Voluntary Control System, a driver for analytical innovation


Dr. Peter Rinke
SGF International e.V., Head of R&D

SGF international e.V. is an independent non-profit organization that has been supporting the fruit juice industry in quality and authenticity control for almost 50 years. SGF members from more than 50 countries from all stages of the processing and supply chain can participate in the Voluntary Control System. After successful controls SGF delivers a certificate that offers advantages in product sales. Also products of other market players are controlled to assure fair competition. In addition to the certification scope, various services are offered.
As a worldwide unique central control body, SGF build up a unique analytical database and regularly initiates innovative analytical projects and method developments such as the SGF ProfilingTM, which was the first metabonomic NMR method to be used in routine. The Voluntary Control System, database applications and selected analytical developments are presented.


Detection of peach puree in apricot puree: using unidentified markers in LC-HRMS


Dr. Bram Miserez
Ciboris, Business Development and Innovation Manager

Ciboris is a non-profit organization that specializes in advice and research for the food industry. Due to the increased attention in food fraud, Ciboris is running multiple food fraud research projects. In this presentation we will discuss a case from the fruit juice industry: the detection of adulteration of apricot puree with peach puree. As peach puree is biologically very similar, this is hard to detect by conventional methods. Here we use High Resolution Mass Spectrometry to find possible marker molecules for the presence of peach puree in apricot puree. A routine method was developed and adulteration as low as 5% could be routinely detected.



·         Date: 15 September 2022

·         Time: 16.00 - 17:30 CEST

·         Language: English

·         Price: Free

·         Registration: please send an email to with your name and organization before 12 September and you will receive a link on 13 September to enter the webinar.









Practical info


Sep 15

16:00 - 17:30