Its use in winemaking is permitted in South Africa, where it is used as an alternative to the use of sulfur dioxide during bottling to prevent refermentation in sweet and low acidity wines. Natamycin is not a permitted additive for the making of wine in Australia.
Australian wineries and exporters may need to demonstrate residues of natamycin below 0.005 mg/L for any exported wines.
The analysis utilises LC/MS/MS to screen natamycin residues in wine to a limit of quantitation (LoQ) of 0.005 mg/L.
|Prices per analysis|
|No. of samples||1-7 samples||8+ samples|
|Cost/sample (excluding GST)||$156||$135|
|Volume required – 50 mL|
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