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Application Note: Food Authenticity Testing with the Agilent 6546 LC/Q-TOF and MassHunter Classifier
30 April 2019 | By Agilent Technologies
False labelling and adulteration are growing problems in food manufacturing, underlining the need for easy-to-use tools for quality control analysis in this industry.
1 March 2019 | By New Food
Mário Gadanho of SGS Molecular explains how next-generation sequencing could be a vital method of automatically detecting food fraud.
27 February 2019 | By Nofima
New initiative aims to make communication regarding food fraud more precise.
27 February 2019 | By New Food
The City Food Lecture 2019 looked at what it will take to secure a thriving food environment for tomorrow's generation.
4 February 2019 | By Agilent Technologies
Rice, wheat, and maize are the world’s three leading food crops; together they supply over 40% of all calories consumed by the entire human population. Of these three major crops, rice is the most widely consumed food crop for people in the developing world. It has been estimated that over half…
30 January 2019 | By Food Fraud 2019
Ahead of our Food Fraud 2019 Conference, we interviewed Chairman Professor Chris Elliott about what to expect at this years' event.
8 January 2019 | By New Food
Researchers have formulated a method using isotopes to differentiate between organic milk, and milk from conventionally farmed cows.
20 December 2018 | By Bruker
At QSI, NMR honey profiling is used routinely to detect honey adulteration, particularly the addition of sugar syrups – the most widespread form of honey fraud. Declared botanical variety and geographical origin can also be verified with this technique. In this webinar, Gudrun Beckh (CEO at QSI) discusses how NMR…
30 November 2018 | By New Food
Researchers have suggested methods to analyse hazelnuts, for better quality nuts for manufacturers, and to determine nuts with better metabolite profiles...
28 November 2018 | By Agilent Technologies
Herbs and spices are things to be enjoyed. They add colour, flavour and aroma to so many of the dishes we like to eat. There are also numerous reports regarding the health benefits of these ingredients: claims that they are anti-diabetese, increase brain function and boost our immune systems to…