The perceived quality of a food commodity may critically depend on the food origin, when regional traditions about the same food production are well-known [1]. This is certainly the case of Vignola Sweet Cherry, which is covered by the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI). The development of a territoriality model for Vignola Sweet Cherry PGI by means of analytical indicators hence represent a very intriguing task, useful for the promotion of the product itself. In the framework of the pilot project “Ciliegia-UNIMORE2014”, we have assessed the effectiveness of the isotope ratio 87Sr/86Sr as direct traceability indicator, since this indicator have already provided excellent results in similar studies. [2]. Thanks to the collaboration of single producers and to the Association of sweet cherry, plum and typical fruit of Vignola, we have monitored the 87Sr/86Sr ratio in soils, branches and sweet cherry fruits of 3 producing fields, as well as in 100 fruit samples belonging to 20 different cultivars and coming from ten municipalities of the region of production. For a more complete characterization of the cherries, the concentration of 10 metals (major and trace constituents) and the polyphenols content have been determined.

Application of strontium isotopic analysis to the promotion of the Vignola sweet cherry PGI / Berni, Alex; Baschieri, Carlo; Bertacchini, Lucia; Durante, Caterina; Marchetti, Andrea; Tassi, Lorenzo. - (2015), pp. 7-8. ((Intervento presentato al convegno XV GdC ER - Giornata della Chimica dell' Emilia Romagna - tenutosi a DSCG - UNIMORE - Modena nel 18 Dicembre 2015.

Application of strontium isotopic analysis to the promotion of the Vignola sweet cherry PGI

Berni Alex
Investigation
;
Baschieri Carlo
Investigation
;
Bertacchini Lucia
Investigation
;
Durante Caterina
Investigation
;
Marchetti Andrea
Methodology
;
Tassi Lorenzo
Supervision
2015

Abstract

The perceived quality of a food commodity may critically depend on the food origin, when regional traditions about the same food production are well-known [1]. This is certainly the case of Vignola Sweet Cherry, which is covered by the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI). The development of a territoriality model for Vignola Sweet Cherry PGI by means of analytical indicators hence represent a very intriguing task, useful for the promotion of the product itself. In the framework of the pilot project “Ciliegia-UNIMORE2014”, we have assessed the effectiveness of the isotope ratio 87Sr/86Sr as direct traceability indicator, since this indicator have already provided excellent results in similar studies. [2]. Thanks to the collaboration of single producers and to the Association of sweet cherry, plum and typical fruit of Vignola, we have monitored the 87Sr/86Sr ratio in soils, branches and sweet cherry fruits of 3 producing fields, as well as in 100 fruit samples belonging to 20 different cultivars and coming from ten municipalities of the region of production. For a more complete characterization of the cherries, the concentration of 10 metals (major and trace constituents) and the polyphenols content have been determined.
XV GdC ER - Giornata della Chimica dell' Emilia Romagna -
DSCG - UNIMORE - Modena
18 Dicembre 2015
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Berni, Alex; Baschieri, Carlo; Bertacchini, Lucia; Durante, Caterina; Marchetti, Andrea; Tassi, Lorenzo
Application of strontium isotopic analysis to the promotion of the Vignola sweet cherry PGI / Berni, Alex; Baschieri, Carlo; Bertacchini, Lucia; Durante, Caterina; Marchetti, Andrea; Tassi, Lorenzo. - (2015), pp. 7-8. ((Intervento presentato al convegno XV GdC ER - Giornata della Chimica dell' Emilia Romagna - tenutosi a DSCG - UNIMORE - Modena nel 18 Dicembre 2015.
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