Wet gluten content
Fees shown are before tax. The applicable taxes (Goods and Services Tax and provincial sales tax in Quebec) will be collected on these fees.
Fees are updated on April 1.
All fee codes changed on April 1, 2016.
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Description of service
The wet gluten content of the sample is determined using one of the following methods:
- Flour (subsequent to milling service) – International Association for Cereal Science and Technology (ICC) Standard Method 137/1;
- Semolina (subsequent to milling service)
- Whole wheat – American Association of Cereal Chemists International (AACCI) Standard Method 38-12.02, following the procedure for whole meal.
Data is reported on a 13.5% moisture basis for whole wheat and a 14.0% moisture basis for semolina.
It takes 5 days to complete this test.
- Documents detailing the results of inspection support services are issued within two business days after completion of all required analytical testing or inspection results.
- The target for achieving this standard is set at 90%.
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Applying for wet gluten content analysis
- Service can be requested thru either a submitted sample request form:
- I-106 - Producer and industry request for inspection services - Western Canada
- I-107 - Producer and industry request for inspection services - Eastern Canada
- I-129 - Accredited Container Sampler Program (ACSP) sample submission form
- I-130 - Certified Container Sampling Program (CCSP) sample submission form
- Or, thru the request for inspection services applicable to service:
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