You'll find everything you need in this year's edition of our Guide to Testing supplement from PFAS, to wine analytics, to CBD testing, and microbiological issues in plant-based foods.
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Guidelines for the validation of identifications of taxonomically defined species using MALDI-TOF MS in such laboratories have been published in Germany. Here, Jörg Rau outlines the basics of what you need to know.
Bethan Grylls interviews Dr Rita Fornaciari and Simone Blotta from Nutristar to find out why more dairy farmers should be focusing on their cows’ nutrition.
February's webinar, hosted by New Food in association with Bruker Optics and Lesieur, discussed the use of FT-NIR spectroscopy as a rapid analytical method for edible oils in the lab as well as online.
X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) spectrometers provide fast and reliable results required for QC/QA
When it comes to testing edible oils, most will rely on chromatography or wet chemical methods. Looking to improve productivity and reduce cost, Lesieur adopted a different approach; New Food’s Editor, Bethan Grylls finds out more.
Gordon Burns, ETS Laboratories, explained how you can use NMR for brand protection and ensuring supply chain integrity of wine in an insightful webinar. Read the highlights...
At New Food we believe it is our responsibility to keep readers up to date with the latest developments in food and drink, but never more so than now. In the current, unsettled climate, we will always keep you informed of the latest news, analysis and research from around the…
There is increasing global demand to establish the authenticity of food products by demonstrating an unbroken supply chain from the source through to the final consumers.
Application Note: Using the MALDI Biotyper® for microbial identification at the China Center of Industrial Culture Collection (CICC)
Matrix assisted laser desorption/ ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS) with the MALDI Biotyper® (MBT) is used at the China Center of Industrial Culture Collection (CICC) to identify strains.