GOST 33222-2015 white Sugar. Technical specifications (with Amendment)

GOST 33222-2015 white Sugar. Technical specifications (with Amendment)

GOST 33222-2015

 

 

INTERSTATE STANDARD

SUGAR, WHITE

Specifications

White sugar. Specifications

 

ISS 67.180.10

Date of introduction 2016-07-01

 


Preface

Goals, basic principles and main procedure of works on interstate standardization established in GOST 1.0-2015 “interstate standardization system. Basic provisions” and GOST 1.2-2015 “interstate standardization system. Interstate standards, rules and recommendations on interstate standardization. Rules of development, adoption, renewal and cancellation”.

 

Data on standard

1 DEVELOPED by the RUE “Scientifically-practical centre of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus for foodstuffs”

2 as AMENDED by the Federal Agency for technical regulation and Metrology

3 ACCEPTED by the Interstate Council for standardization, Metrology and certification (minutes dated January 30, 2015 No. 74-P)

The adoption voted:

Short name of the country on MK (ISO 3166) 004-97 Country code MK (ISO 3166) 004-97 Abbreviated name of the national authority for standardization
Belarus BY Gosstandart Of The Republic Of Belarus
Kazakhstan KZ Gosstandart Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan KG Kyrgyzstandard
Russia EN Rosstandart
Tajikistan TJ Tajikstandart

4 by Order of the Federal Agency for technical regulation and Metrology from August 31, 2015 N 1239-St inter-state standard GOST 33222-2015 introduced as a national standard of the Russian Federation from July 1, 2016.

5 REPLACE GOST 31895-2012

6 EDITION (February 2019) adjusted (ICS 7-2017)

 

Information about the changes to this standard is published in the annual reference index “National standards”, and the text changes and amendments – in monthly information index “National standards”. In case of revision (replacement) or cancellation of this standard a notification will be published in the monthly information index “National standards”. Relevant information, notification and lyrics are also posted in the information system of General use – on the official website of the Federal Agency for technical regulation and Metrology on the Internet (www.gost.ru)

 

1 Scope

This standard applies to white sugar – food product, which is a crystalline, without flavor additives sucrose, obtained by processing of sugar-containing raw materials – sugar beet or cane sugar.

White sugar intended for sale at retail, use in the catering, food processing, pharmaceutical industry and for other purposes.

 

2 Normative references

This standard uses the regulatory references to the following international standards:

GOST OIML R 76-1-2011 1) State system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements. Scales non-automatic actions. Part 1. Metrological and technical requirements. Test

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1) In the Russian Federation also has the GOST R 53228-2008 “Scales non-automatic actions. Part 1. Metrological and technical requirements. Test”.

GOST 8.579-2002 State system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements. Requirements for the quantity of packaged goods in packages of any kind in their production, packaging, sale and import

GOST 12.1.004-91 System safety standards. Fire safety. General requirements

GOST 12.1.005-88 standards System of labor safety. General hygiene requirements for working zone air

GOST 12.2.003-91 System safety standards. Equipment production. General safety requirements

GOST 12.2.061-81 System of standards of occupational safety. Equipment production. General safety requirements to working places

GOST 12.2.124-2013 System safety standards. Equipment food. General safety requirements

GOST 12.3.002-75 2) the System of occupational safety standards. The process of production. General safety requirements
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2) Valid GOST 12.3.002-2014.

GOST 12.4.011-89 System safety standards. Means of protection of workers. General requirements and classification

GOST 17.2.3.02-2014 Rules for establishing permissible emissions of polluting substances from industrial enterprises

GOST 6309-93 sewing thread of cotton and synthetic. Specifications

GOST 9078-84 1) flat Pallets. General specifications
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1) standards 33757-2016.

GOST 10444.12-2013 Microbiology of food and animal feed. Methods of identifying and counting the number of yeasts and molds

GOST 10444.15-94 food Products. Methods for determination quantity of mesophilic aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms

GOST 10459-87 base Paper for an adhesive tape. Specifications

GOST 12301-2006 Cartons, cardboard, paper and combined materials. General specifications

GOST 12303-80 2) Packs of cardboard, paper and combined materials. General specifications
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2) standards 33781-2016.

GOST 12569-99 3) Sugar. Rules of acceptance and sampling methods

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3) In the Russian Federation GOST R 54640-2011 “Sugar. Acceptance rules and sampling methods”.

GOST 12570-98 4) Sugar. Methods for determination of moisture and dry substances

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4) In the Russian Federation GOST R 54642-2011 “Sugar. Methods for determination of moisture and dry substances.”

GOST 12571-2013 Sugar. Method for determination of sucrose

GOST 12572-2015 Sugar. Method of determination of color of sugar

GOST 12573-2013 Sugar. Method for the determination of ferro-impurities

GOST 12574-2016 Sugar. Methods for determination of ash

GOST 12575-2001 Sugar. Methods for determining reducing substances

GOST 12576-2014 Sugar. Methods of organoleptic analysis

GOST 12577-67 refined Sugar. Methods for determining the strength and duration of dissolution in water

GOST 12578-2016 Sugar lump. Method for the determination of small things (shards and crystals)

GOST 12579-2013 Sugar. Method of determination of granulometric composition

GOST 13511-2006 Boxes from corrugated cardboard for foodstuffs, matches, tobacco and detergents. Specifications

GOST 13512-91 5) Boxes of corrugated Board for confectionery. Specifications

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5) In the Russian Federation GOST R 54463-2011 “Container made of cardboard and composite materials for food products. Technical conditions”.

GOST 14192-96 Marking of cargo

GOST 14961-91 Thread linen and linen with chemical fibers. Specifications

GOST 17308-88 Twines. Specifications

GOST 17421-82 6) sugar Beet for industrial processing. Requirements for the blanks. Specifications

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6) the Russian Federation has GOST R 52647-2006 “Beet sugar. Specifications” and GOST R 53036-2008 “Beet sugar. Test methods”.

GOST 18251-87 adhesive Tape on a paper basis. Specifications

GOST 18477-79 Containers are universal. The types, basic parameters and dimensions

GOST 18992-80 Dispersion polyvinyl acetate homopolymer coarse. Specifications

GOST 19360-74 the film liner Bags. General specifications

GOST 20477-86 a polyethylene Tape with a sticky layer. Specifications

GOST 25951-83 heat shrink Film. Specifications

GOST 26521-2017 Sugar. Methods of determination of weight

GOST 26669-85 food and flavor. Sample preparation for microbiological analyses

GOST 26884-2002 Products of the sugar industry. Terms and definitions

GOST 26907-86 Sugar. Conditions long-term storage

GOST 26927-86 Raw materials and food products. Methods for determination of mercury

GOST 26929-94 Raw materials and food products. Sample preparation. Mineralization to determine the content of toxic elements

GOST 26930-86 Raw materials and food products. Method for the determination of arsenic

GOST 26932-86 Raw materials and food products. Methods for determination of lead

GOST 26933-86 Raw materials and food products. Methods for determination of cadmium

GOST 26968-86 Sugar. Methods of microbiological analysis

GOST 30090-93 Bags and sack cloth. General specifications

GOST 30178-96 Raw materials and food products. Atomic absorption method for the determination of toxic elements

GOST 30538-97 food. Method of determination of toxic elements by atomic-emission

GOST 31659-2012 food. Method of detecting bacteria of the genus Salmonella

GOST 31747-2012 food. Methods of detecting and quantifying bacteria of group of intestinal sticks (coliforms)

GOST 31904-2012 food. Sampling methods for microbiological testing

GOST 32159-2013 corn Starch. General specifications

GOST 32522-2013 Bags woven polypropylene. General specifications

Note – When using this standard appropriate to test the effect of reference standards in the information system of General use – on the official website of the Federal Agency for technical regulation and Metrology on the Internet or in the annual information index “National standards” published as on January 1 of the current year, and the editions of the monthly information index for the current year. If the reference standard is replaced (amended), then the use of this standard should be guided by replacing (amended) standard. If the reference standard is cancelled without replacement, then the situation in which the given link applies to the extent that does not affect this link.

 

3 Terms and definitions

This standard applies the terminology according to GOST 26884, as well as the following terms with respective definitions:

3.1 extra white sugar (extra category): Purified and crystallized sucrose, the mass fraction of which not less than 99,80%.

3.2 white sugar (category TC1, ME2): Purified and crystallized sucrose, the mass fraction of which is not less 99,70%

3.3 factory white sugar (category TC3): Purified and crystallized sucrose mass fraction where at least a 99.50% and the chromaticity of which not more than 195 units ICUMSA.

3.4 white beet sugar: White sugar obtained from sugar beet.

3.5 white sugar from raw cane sugar: White sugar, derived from cane sugar as a result of his klirovaniya, purification, crystallization, centrifugation and drying.

3.6 white crystal sugar: White sugar in the form of crystals.

3.7 crystalline white sugar: White sugar in the form of crystals with sizes less than 0.5 mm.

3.8 coarse white sugar: White sugar in the form of individual crystals with sizes of 2.0 mm.

3.9 white lump sugar: White sugar in the form of separate pieces of certain shapes and sizes, manufactured by extrusion of crystalline sugar.

3.10 powdered sugar: Crushed white sugar crystals of size less than 0.2 mm.

 

4 Technical requirements

4.1 Characteristics

4.1.1 White sugar shall conform to the requirements of this standard and manufactured according to the technical instructions in accordance with [1].

4.1.2 depending on the type of the used raw materials are distinguished white sugar:

– sugar beet;

– from raw cane sugar.

4.1.3 depending on the method of production of white sugar are divided into:

– crystalline;

lumpy;

– powdered sugar.

4.1.4 Crystalline white sugar is produced with a crystal size of from 0.2 to 2.5 mm, inclusive. Presence of crystals with deviations from the upper and lower limits of these dimensions not more than 5% of the mass of the test portion of white sugar – according to GOST 12579.

Crystal white sugar, depending on the faction can be given as:

– crystalline;

– coarse grain.

Coarse grain white sugar is produced with a crystal size of from 2.0 mm. the deviation of the sizes of crystals of the specified value in the lower side not more than 15% of the mass of the test portion of white sugar – according to GOST 12579.

Crystalline white sugar to produce crystal sizes up to 0.5 mm inclusive. The deviation of the sizes of crystals of the specified value in a big way not more than 10% of the mass of the test portion of white sugar – according to GOST 12579.

4.1.5 White lump sugar made in the form of individual pieces of certain shapes and sizes by extrusion of crystalline sugar.

4.1.6 powdered Sugar produced by grinding crystal sugar to the size not more than 0.2 mm with or without flowing agents. The deviation of the sizes of crystals of the specified value in a big way no more than 5% of the mass of the test portion of white sugar – according to GOST 12579.

4.1.7 depending on quality parameters of white sugar divided into four categories: extra, TC1, ME2, TC3.

4.1.8 organoleptic white sugar shall conform to the requirements specified in table 1.

Table 1

Name of the indicator Characteristic of white sugar
Crystal sugar Powdered sugar Lump sugar
Color White, clean.

For sugar category TC3 allowed a yellowish tint

White, clean, without stains
Appearance Homogeneous granular mass of crystals. Categories for sugar and TC3 ME2 allowed clumps, crumbling under slight pressure Homogeneous friable mass of crushed crystals In the form of pieces of a certain shape and size, without foreign inclusions
Smell and taste Peculiar sugar, sweet, without foreign smell and flavor as dry sugar and water solution. Sugar category of TPMS allowed a faint smell of molasses
The purity of the solution The sugar solution should be transparent without insoluble residue, mechanical or other impurities. Categories for sugar ME2 and TPMS opalescence is allowed. For sugar the purity of the solution not define

4.1.9 For physico-chemical indicators of white sugar must conform to the standards specified in table 2.

Table 2

Name of the indicator Value by category crystal white sugar, powdered sugar without flowing agents that lump of white sugar
Extra TC1 ME2 TC3
Mass fraction of sucrose by direct polarization, %, not less
– crystal sugar 99,80 99,70 99,70 A 99.50
Mass fraction of moisture, %, not more:
– crystal sugar 1) 0,10 0,10 0,12 0,15
– sugar powder with no flowing agents 0,20 0,20 0,20
– lump sugar 0,25 0,25 0,25 0,25
Mass fraction of reducing substances (in terms of dry substance), %, not more 0,03 0,035 0,04 0,065
Mass fraction of ash (in terms of dry substance), %, not more 0,027 0,036 0,036 0,050
Color in solution, optical density units (ICUMSA), not more 45,0 60,0 104,0 195,0
The fortress of lump white sugar Bontecou, MPa, not less 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5
The duration of the dissolution in water of lump of white sugar 2), min, to 6 cyl. 6 cyl. 6 cyl. 6 cyl.
Mass fraction of fines (fragments weighing less than 25% by weight of the piece, crystals and crushed crystals) in a package of white lump sugar, %, not more 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0
1) For sugar allocated for storage in warehouses, bulk storage, mass fraction of moisture – not more than 0,06%.

2) the duration of the dissolution in water of white lump sugar is determined in the absence of the press’s divided.

4.1.10 Physico-chemical parameters of powdered sugar with added as a flowing agent of starch is given in Appendix A.

4.1.11 Microbiological characteristics of white sugar for the production of baby food products, dairy canned food with sugar, as well as for the biopharmaceutical industry should not exceed the norms established [1].

4.1.12 the Content of toxic elements and pesticides in the white sugar shall not exceed the allowable levels set [1].

4.1.13 Content of ferro-impurities and sulfur dioxide shall not exceed the limits established in table 3.

Table 3

Name of the indicator The permissible level
Mass fraction of sulphur dioxide, mg/kg sugar, not more than 15
Mass fraction of ferro-impurities 1), %, not more 0,0003
1) the Size of the individual particles of ferro-impurities should not exceed 0.3 mm in maximum linear dimension.

4.1.14 Supplementary requirements for quality white sugar can be determined by the contract with the purchaser.

4.2 Requirements for raw materials

4.2.1 For the production of crystalline white sugar used the following raw materials:

– beet sugar according to GOST 17421 1) and (or) appears on the storage of sugar syrup after the evaporator with a dry matter content not less than 65% and a pH of at least about 7.0;

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1) the Russian Federation has GOST R 52647-2006 “Beet sugar. Specifications” and GOST R 53036-2008 “Beet sugar. Test methods”.

– raw sugar cane 2) and (or) sugar syrup after defecosaturation purification, filtration and thickening the juice filtration of raw sugar with a solids content not less than 65% and a pH of at least about 7.0;

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2) In the Russian Federation GOST R 52305-2005 “raw Sugar. Technical conditions”.

– sugar syrup, obtained after bessarione molasses, according to the technical document of the manufacturer.

4.2.2 For the production of lump sugar used crystal white sugar extra, TC1, ME2, and TPMS, for producing icing sugar used crystal white sugar extra, TC1, ME2.

(Amendment)

4.3 Packaging

4.3.1 All kinds of packaging needs to ensure the safety of the white sugar in its transportation and storage [2].

4.3.2 White sugar for sales in retail outlets is Packed in consumer packaging (cartons according to GOST 12301, bundles according to GOST 12303, packages, bags) or other equivalent in terms of quality packaging materials that ensure the strength of packaging and the use of which is in contact with the product of this ensures quality and safety in accordance with [2].

4.3.3 White sugar is Packed with a nominal mass:

– in bags from 5.0 to 20.0 g including – crystal sugar, icing sugar, lump sugar;

packages from 0.10 to 5.0 kg inclusive – crystal sugar, powdered sugar;

boxes, bundles, packages from 0.25 to 1.0 kg inclusive – lump sugar.

White is allowed to pack sugar in consumer packaging with the other values of nominal mass of white sugar.

4.3.4 Bags are Packed in bundles according to GOST 12303 and boxes according to GOST 12301 or other equivalent in terms of quality packaging materials that ensure the strength of packaging and the use of which is in contact with the product of this ensures quality and safety in accordance with [2].

4.3.5 Consumer packaging of paper glued with polyvinyl acetate dispersion according to GOST 18992 or other adhesive, which ensures the integrity of the packaging and allowed to use the bodies carrying out functions on control in sphere of ensuring sanitary and epidemiological welfare of the population on the territory of States that have adopted the standard.

Consumer packaging made of polymeric materials termopaipa.

4.3.6 White sugar in consumer packing Packed in a transport package ensuring strength and security according to [2]:

– boxes of corrugated cardboard according to GOST or GOST 13511 13512 of the materials that ensure durability of the packaging;

group packaging in shrink film according to GOST 25951;

– group packing of two layers of paper with the weight of 1 m2 of not less than 100 g or equivalent to another in terms of quality packaging.

Boxes made of corrugated cardboard okleivayut tape paper according to GOST 10459, or tape of adhesive on paper according to GOST 18251, or polyethylene tape with a sticky layer according to GOST 20477. Use another tape for pasting with equivalent levels of quality, ensuring the solidity of the capping corrugated cardboard box.

Group paper-cross tie with string according to GOST 17308 or glue machine.

4.3.7 White sugar Packed in transport packaging (bags according to GOST 30090, GOST 32522 or other equivalent in terms of quality bags, polypropylene bags with polyethylene bags-inserts according to GOST 19360, special soft containers for bulk products to the regulations in States that have adopted a standard) or other types of packing materials that ensure the strength of packaging and the use of which is in contact with the product of this ensures quality and safety in accordance with [2].

4.3.8 White sugar Packed in transport packaging with a nominal mass:

– in bags of 50 kg of crystal sugar;

– in bags of 40 kg – powdered sugar;

– soft containers up to 1 ton of crystal sugar, powdered sugar.

Allowed packaging white sugar into transport vessels with a nominal weight of 5, 10, 25 kg or other nominal mass.

4.3.9 Bags with white sugar sew machine thread: linen according to GOST 14961, cotton or synthetic GOST 6309 or other yarns that provide the mechanical strength of the cladding, over the entire width of the bag.

4.3.10 In agreement with the purchaser is permitted to supply white sugar in bulk in cars, zaharovitch and (or) rail hoppers-grain carriers adapted for the transport of crystalline white sugar, which, after the boot should be sealed.

4.3.11 requirements for the amount of sugar contained in the packaging units to the negative deviation of the actual value of the mass of white sugar packaged in the packaging unit of consumer packaging of the nominal weight – according to GOST 8.579-2002.

The maximum permissible positive deviation of the actual value of the mass of white sugar packaged in the packaging unit of the nominal weight set by the manufacturer in the technical documentation.

4.4 Marking

4.4.1 Labelling of consumer packaging

4.4.1.1 Labelling consumer packages with sugar – in accordance with the requirements set [3].

4.4.1.2 Each unit of consumer packaging (cartons, bundles, packages) can be decorated and must contain the following information:

– name and category of sugar;

– the origin by type of raw material (sugar beet or from raw cane sugar);

– name and location (legal address, including country) of the manufacturer;

– trademark of the manufacturer (if available);

– bar coding;

– the content of sulphur dioxide content in excess of 10 mg/kg;

– the nominal mass of the packaging unit;

food and energy value;

the year of manufacture and date of packing;

– name and quantity of the added flowing agent (for sugar);

shelf life and storage conditions;

– the designation of this standard;

– information on conformity.

Information on nutritional and energy value of 100 g of white sugar are given in Appendix B.

The origin of sugar by type of material set by the manufacturer on the actual processed materials.

4.4.1.3 applied Lettering printed directly on consumer packaging.

Inks used for printing do not need to penetrate through the packaging and give white sugar foreign taste and odor.

4.4.1.4 On the bags of white sugar with a nominal weight of from 5 to 20 g indicate the following information:

– name and trademark (if any) of the manufacturer;

– the name of white sugar;

– the nominal weight, g;

– the designation of this standard.

4.4.2 Marking of transport packages

4.4.2.1 Each unit to the packing container should have a marking, which is applied directly to the surface or to the label size not less than 100×60 mm.

The label is made from materials that ensure its durability and approved for use in the prescribed manner. Label c marking sewn simultaneously with the sewing of the bag, or glued to the surface of the shipping container or placed in a special pocket of the soft container.

Inks used for printing do not need to penetrate through the packaging and give white sugar foreign taste and odor.

4.4.2.2 Marking of transport packages must contain the following information:

– name and category of sugar;

– the origin by type of raw material (sugar beet or from raw cane sugar);

– name and location (legal address, including country) of the manufacturer;

– trademark of the manufacturer (if available);

– the nominal mass, gross mass;

– number of packing units, and the nominal mass of the packaging unit;

food and energy value;

the year of manufacture;

– the content of sulphur dioxide content in excess of 10 mg/kg;

shelf life and storage conditions;

– name and quantity of the added flowing agent (for sugar);

– bar coding (if any);

– the designation of this standard;

– information on conformity.

Information on nutritional and energy value of 100 g of white sugar are given in Appendix B.

4.4.2.3 the Labeling of the transport packaging (bag, box, soft container group packaging of paper) is carried out in accordance with the requirements set [3], with application of manipulation sign “Protect from moisture” according to GOST 14192.

4.4.2.4 allowed in the labeling to add additional information defined by the contract with the purchaser.

 

5 safety Requirements

5.1 Technological processes of production of white sugar should be carried out with observance of safety requirements GOST 12.2.003, GOST 12.2.124 and GOST 12.3.002.

5.2 Enterprises producing white sugar according to the degree of fire and inflammation are classified as “B”.

5.3 maintenance of buildings, structures, premises intended for carrying out of technological processes of manufacture of white sugar, should be carried out in compliance with GOST 12.1.004.

5.4 workplaces at the enterprises for manufacture of white sugar needs to be arranged on GOST 12.2.061.

5.5 Natural and artificial lighting in the implementation of technological processes of manufacture of white sugar shall conform to the requirements established by normative legal acts of the States that have adopted the standard.

5.6 systems of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems for technological processes of production of white sugar shall conform to the requirements established by normative legal acts of the States that have adopted the standard.

5.7 the working area in the implementation of technological processes of production of white sugar shall correspond to GOST 12.1.005.

5.8 personal protective equipment staff in the production of white sugar should meet requirements of GOST 12.4.011.

5.9 in the manufacture of white sugar should comply with the hygienic requirements for the organization of technological processes, stipulated by the regulations of States that have adopted the standard.

 

6 Requirements for environmental protection

6.1 Waste water of the enterprises for manufacture of white sugar should be treated in accordance with the requirements of sanitary regulations, norms and hygienic standards or technical regulations, or normative legal acts acting on the territory of States that have adopted the standard.

6.2 Emissions from enterprises for the production of white sugar is carried out in accordance with GOST 17.2.3.02 and requirements established by the regulatory legal acts of the States that have adopted the standard.

6.3 enterprise for the production of white sugar needs to carry out the placement and disposal of production and consumption in accordance with the requirements established by the regulatory legal acts of the States that have adopted the standard.

 

7 acceptance Rules

7.1 Packed in transport packaging white sugar purchaser takes lots GOST 12569.

Party believe a certain amount of white sugar of the same name, identically Packed, produced (manufactured) by one manufacturer under this standard in a certain period of time, accompanied by shipping documentation ensuring the traceability of sugar.

 

8 Methods of control

8.1 Selection and preparation of samples of white sugar – according to GOST 12569.

8.2 Sampling and sample preparation of white sugar for defining safety performance indicators – according to GOST 26929.

8.3 Sampling and sample preparation of white sugar for microbiological tests according to GOST 31904, GOST 26669.

8.4 determination of the organoleptic characteristics of white sugar – according to GOST 12576.

8.5 Determination of physico-chemical parameters of white sugar held by:

– mass fraction – according to GOST 12570;

– mass fraction of sucrose – GOST 12571;

chroma – GOST 12572;

– mass fraction of ash – GOST 12574;

– mass fraction of reducing substances – according to GOST 12575;

– fortress and the duration of dissolution in water according to GOST 12577;

– mass fraction of trivia – according to GOST 12578;

– granulometric composition – according to GOST 12579;

– mass fraction of ferro-impurities – according to GOST 12573.

8.6 sulfur dioxide in white sugar determined by the method of measurements, of the last metrological control 1).

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1) In the Russian Federation “the Method of measurement of mass fraction of total sulphur dioxide in sugar iodometric method”. Attestation certificate N 01.00225/205-24-14 from 30.06.2014

8.7 the Content of toxic elements in the white sugar determine:

– mercury – GOST 26927;

– arsenic – GOST 26930 and GOST 30538;

– lead – GOST 26932 and GOST 30178, GOST 30538;

– cadmium – GOST 26933, GOST 30178, GOST 30538.

8.8 Microbiological parameters determined according to GOST 26968, 10444.12 GOST, GOST 10444.15, 31747 GOST, GOST 31659.

8.9 Determination of pesticides according to the methods of measurement, approved in the prescribed manner.

8.10 define the content of the packaging unit (mass of Packed white sugar), the average content of the party (see GOST 8.579)

Mass measurement of packaged white sugar should be performed with an error not exceeding 1/5 of the maximum permissible negative deviation of the contents of the packaging unit from the nominal number of T according to 4.3.11. In justified cases, it is possible to measure content error not exceeding 1/3 T

8.10.1 Contents of the packaging unit is determined by weighing on scales for static weighing is medium class of accuracy according to GOST OIML R 76-1. The recommended balance resolution d depending on the weighing range is given in table 4.

Table 4

Range of weighing, g Verification scale interval e and the discreteness of the scales d, g, not more
Less than 10 0,1
From 10 to 50, not including 50 0,2
From 50 to 150, not including the 150 0,5
From 150 to 500, not including the 500 1,0
From 500 to 2500, not including the 2500 2,0
From 2500 to 10000, not including 10000 5,0
From 10000 to 15000, not including 15000 10,0
15000 and more 20,0

8.10.2 specifying the content of the packaging unit (mass of Packed white sugar)

8.10.2.1 a Lot of packaged white sugar is determined by carrying out non-destructive or destructive tests.

Non-destructive testing is used in case when determining the content of the packaging unit (mass of Packed white sugar) it is possible to use the indicator “average weight of packaging” . This indicator can be used provided that the dispersion of values of the mass of packaging of packaging units is small and can be neglected.

Allowed the use of other scales, having a more accurate metrological characteristics and ensure the required measurement accuracy.

The scattering of the values of the mass of the package considered negligible if the arithmetic mean of the mass of packing ten packing units (if the packing unit is opened during the control) or the mass of a sample of ten new packaging (if possible to determine this figure before the start of the packaging process and/or control of prepackages provided that supplies packaging to the same party) does not exceed 10% of the nominal mass or standard deviation of the values of the mass of packing ten packing units or mass of a sample of ten new packaging does not exceed 25% of the value of the maximum permissible negative deviation according to 4.3.11.

Note – the mass of a package is included as the mass of the packaging and weight of packaging material, labels and other packaging technology, various kinds (if necessary).

8.10.2.2 the Determination of the mean mass of the package

The average (arithmetic mean) value of the mass of the packaging , in grams, is determined by the measurement results of the mass packaging of ten units or ten samples of the new packaging and is calculated by the formula

, (1)

where the value of the mass of the i-th packaging, g

8.10.2.3 define the content of the packaging unit (mass of Packed white sugar) when conducting non-destructive testing

A lot of packaged white sugar is determined for each packaging unit selected in the sample according to the formula

, (2)

where – the mass value of the i-th unopened packaging unit (gross weight), g;

– the average weight of the packing specified in 8.10.2.2, G.

8.10.2.4 define the content of the packaging unit (mass of Packed white sugar) when conducting destructive tests

A lot of packaged white sugar is determined for each packaging unit selected in the sample according to GOST 12569 according to the formula

, (3)

where – the mass value of the i-th unopened packaging unit (gross weight), g;

– the mass value of the i-th packaging, g

8.10.3 the Determination of the average content of the party

On the basis of the received 8.10.2 weight values of packaged white sugar expect average (arithmetic mean) the contents of the shipment according to the formula

, (4)

where n is the sample size (number of packing units) according to GOST 12569, pieces.

The obtained value is compared with the nominal mass and check compliance with the criterion of the acceptance of the party – the average contents of the shipment must be greater than or equal to the value of the nominal mass specified in the marking.

The average content of the control of the party at the time of manufacture can be in accordance with the procedure established by the manufacturer. Inspection results are documented and stored in accordance with enterprise rules.

8.10.4 Determining compliance with the maximum permissible negative deviation of the contents of the packaging unit from nominal mass (for packaged white sugar)

For party packaged of white sugar calculated minimum allowable value of content of the packaging unit and low control negative deviation content :

, (5)

, (6)

where is the nominal weight, g;

T – the maximum permissible negative deviation of the contents of the packaging unit, the values of which are given in 4.3.11, g

Received 8.10.2 weight packaged of white sugar each packaging unit of the sample is compared with the minimum permissible value content and determine the presence of defective packaging units (whose weight is less than the minimum permitted value of the content ).

The number of defective packaging units is compared to the acceptance and rejection numbers, defined by the sampling plan and determine the presence of rejection packing units, which additionally disturbed the value for the lower control range, negative deviations content .

Check compliance with the acceptance criteria of the party:

the average contents of the shipment must be greater than or equal to the value of the nominal masses, indicated on the marking;

– the number of defective packaging units, in which a negative deviation of the content of the packaging unit exceeds the maximum permissible negative deviation according to 4.3.11, must be less than or equal to the acceptance number of the plan of control;

– does not allow for packaging units, which have a negative deviation of the content of the packaging unit exceeds twice the value of the maximum permissible negative deviation according to 4.3.11.

The inspection results are documented and stored in accordance with enterprise rules.

8.11 the quality of the packaging and labeling of consumer and transport packaging is determined visually.

8.12 control the mass of white sugar when accepting in bulk – according to GOST 26521.

 

9 Transportation and storage

9.1 Packed white sugar is transported by all kinds of transport in covered vehicles and containers according to GOST 18477 in accordance with the rules of transportation of cargoes effective for this transport, white sugar in bulk – in cars-zaharovitch and the train hoppers-grain carriers adapted for the transport of crystalline white sugar.

Not allowed transportation of white sugar in vehicles together with other materials and products with sharp, characteristic odor.

Not allowed to send white sugar in the contaminated wagons, containers and cargo holds with traces of previously identified highly polluting goods (coal, lime, cement, salt, etc.), smelling and poisonous cargoes, and also in wagons, containers and cargo holds with wet, sticky or retained the smell of paint.

9.2 for the carriage of white sugar, rail and water transportation covered wagons, containers and cargo holds should be dry, without cracks, with nephrotoma roof, with a well fitting hatches and doors.

9.3 Prior to loading white sugar wagons, hopper-grain carriers, containers and cargo holds should be thoroughly cleaned, the floors covered with parchment paper or a clean paper scraps, or other materials. In wagons with hooks and sharp protruding parts are wrapped with paper or cloth.

9.4 Transportation of white sugar in automotive industry are produced on wooden pallets according to GOST 9078 or in the vehicle, covered with tarpaulin, paper or a clean paper scraps; the load covered with a tarpaulin.

9.5 Packed white sugar stored in the warehouses of bulk – in silos.

Do not store white sugar together with other materials and products with sharp, characteristic odor.

Warehouses and silos for storing white sugar must comply with sanitary requirements, approved in the prescribed manner. Before laying of white sugar in storage warehouses and silos should be thoroughly cleaned, aired and dried.

9.6 During the storage of white sugar in warehouses with cement or asphalt floors, bags, boxes and packets of sugar must be placed on pallets, covered with clean canvas or paper. For short-term storage is allowed laying of white sugar without pallets in plastic film, which after the formation of the stack is wrapped in two lower rows.

When storing your white sugar in warehouses with wooden floors and multi-story warehouses starting from the second floor and above bags, boxes and bags of white sugar are placed on the tarpaulin or plastic film, which after the formation of the stack is wrapped in two lower rows.

If the warehouse flooring with a waterproof film to ensure its complete waterproofing, allowed laying of white sugar for short-term storage, without pallets or plastic film to paper or cardboard.

9.7 Packed white sugar stacked in piles, ensuring product safety, packaging quality and safety.

9.8 Stacks are from homogeneous by name, category, origin and quality of white sugar, Packed in the package of the same type, having the same mass.

Stacked each stack must have the stacked label.

In stacking the labels in the warehouses of the manufacturer indicate: the name of sugar, category, origin, type of packing, number of seats, year of manufacture, the nominal mass of the packing units, the designation of this standard.

In stacking the labels on the bases of wholesale and retail organizations indicated: name white sugar, category, origin, vendor name, car number, invoice number, number of seats, weight of package units, package type, date of arrival, the quality of 4.1.9.

9.9 Packed white sugar should be stored in warehouse with temperature not above 40°C and relative humidity not above 75% for lump of sugar and not more than 70% for crystal and powdered sugar.

Silos white crystal sugar should be kept at a temperature not exceeding 25°C and below 20°C and relative humidity above 60%.

9.10 Requirements for long-term storage of white sugar – according to GOST 26907.

9.11 When storing white sugar must be monitoring temperature and relative humidity in warehouses and silos.

9.12 shelf Life of white sugar is set by the manufacturer.

The recommended shelf life of white sugar:

crystal is 4 years from the year of manufacture or date of packing;

– bulk – 2 years from date of manufacture;

– powdered sugar – 1.5 years from date of manufacture or packing.

 

Annex a (mandatory). Physico-chemical parameters of powdered sugar with added as a flowing agent starch

Appendix A
(required)

Physico-chemical parameters of powdered sugar with added as a flowing agent of starch is given in table A. 1.

Table A. 1

Name of the indicator Value by category of powdered sugar with added as a flowing agent starch
Extra TC1, ME2
Mass fraction of sucrose by direct polarization, %, not less Of 95.05 95,00
Mass fraction of ash (in terms of dry substance), %, not more 0,04 0,05
Mass fraction of reducing substances (in terms of dry substance), %, not more 0,03 0,04
Note – Physico-chemical parameters of powdered sugar with the other flowing agents (tricalcium phosphate, magnesium carbonate, a silica, a silicate of calcium, magnesium trisilicate) is set by calculation in accordance with the recipe.

 

Annex B (reference). Information about food and energy value of 100 g of white sugar

Appendix B
(reference)

Nutritional and energy value of 100 g of white sugar are presented in table B. 1.

Table B. 1

Name of the indicator White sugar in all categories
Carbohydrate, g 100
Energy value, kcal 400
Energy value kJ 1700

 

Bibliography

[1] Technical regulations of the Customs Union
CU TR 021/2011
“On safety of food products”
[2] Technical regulations of the Customs Union
TR CU 005/2011
“On safety of packaging”
[3] Technical regulations of the Customs Union
TR CU 022/2011
“Food products regarding its marking”
[4] Technical regulations of the Customs Union

TR CU 029/2012

“Safety requirements for food additives, flavorings and technological AIDS”

(Amendment).

 

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