Recently, Most consumers concern for safety and relief to the products and this tendency is remarkable to the food products. Once serious defect of the products is detected in the market, company must search all detected objects. So traceability performance is very important for beverage products company. Additionally, company should take responsibility for the products, therefore accountability that proves products safety is also important. For these reasons, our company has already introduced some systems for traceability and accountability. These systems help us to know what kinds of materials are used in the products and when the products proceed through each equipment in the factory, but these systems can't identify “a bottle product” because of system mechanism. It is very difficult to recognize “a bottle product” because manufacturing conveyer line is too complicate and speedy in real situation. To solve this problem, we introduce new systems with character recognizing technique. The new systems enable us to identify “a bottle product” and to improve accuracy and speed over 92% compared with previous ones. According to the new systems, we can provide more detailed and complicated information to consumers. As a result, both quality assurance level and company values can be raised.
The effect of reconstituted emulsion oil-droplet size of the microencapsulated flavor on its release from the spray-dried powder was investigated under boiling condition at atmospheric pressure. The wall materials of use were maltodextrin, highly branched cyclic dextrin, resistant starch, or a mixture of these materials. Gum arabic, modified starch (HI-CAP or CAPSUL) or soybean soluble polysaccharides was added as an emulsifier. The core material comprised d-limonene as the model flavor, medium chain triacylglycerol, and sucrose acetate isobutyrate at five different mixing ratios by which the density of the core material was varied. The release mechanism obeyed first-order kinetics and the release rate constant depended mainly on the reconstituted emulsion oil-droplet size of the microencapsulated flavor in the spray-dried powder.