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There is an increasing focus on food contact materials (FCMs) and the potential risk they pose to food safety.
The University of Birmingham has completed the first comprehensive assessment of common synthetic chemicals found in food.
Accurately separating, identifying, and quantitating amino acids is challenging. From education to automation, Waters complete workflow solutions simplify and support your amino acid analysis from start to finish.
This infographic provides details about Mycotoxins Detection From Farm to Lab.
Overconsumption of sugar (sucrose) can lead to many health issues such as obesity, diabetes, dental diseases, and ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder). To support the reduction of these problems, many food and beverage manufacturers have reformulated or developed new products with sugar substitutes such as sugar alcohols (polyols) or allulose,
A robust analytical method has been developed to detect and quantify 10 water-soluble vitamins and caffeine in multivitamin tablets and beverages. Arc HPLC-PDA combined with an XSelect HSS T3 XP Analytical Column enables the separation of 10 vitamins and caffeine in 16-minutes.
Current methods for crop safety testing have been challenged by researchers with new approaches encouraged for genetically engineered (GE) crops.
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.