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[B]THE CHEESE FAT% CONTENT DISCREPANCY.[/B]
FAT% that you see on the cheese pack blistering does USUALY indicate the “milk fat measure in the dry matter”, it is not the case with SCIO actual readings. SCIO does take the ‘cheese milky water” into account as well.
Hence, SCIO always displays towards a greater FAT% as against what you see on the cheese blister pack.
IN fact, SCIO does not “size” the cheese ingredients, but uses the reference data from previous laboratory tests. –SCIO Food Expertise.
To my best awareness, SciO Food Expertise Labs has been measuring FAT content in the Cheese samples wet up to 40% moisture; while the Cheese Manufacturers would done measurements of FAT% with a [b]well-dry product, no moisture.[/b]