Analysis for extraneous matter is a vital element both in the assortment of raw materials for food manufacturing and for monitoring the quality of processed foods. The presence of foreign material in a food product is unappealing and can create a serious health hazard to the consumer. It also typifies the lack of good manufacturing practices and sanitary conditions in production, storage, or distribution. The presence of extraneous materials in the product ingredients may render the final product is adulterated and not suitable for using as human food. Foreign material guidelines comprise of foreign matter associated with objectionable conditions or practices in manufacturing, processing, storing, transporting and handling of food. Since fresh as well as processed broccoli is consumed widely in Canada, processes should be mandatorily carried out to confirm that field insect fragments is not more than particular limit. So, the main objective of the practical is to examine the light and heavy filth analysis of broccoli using Wildman method.