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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.
Weaknesses triggered by zoonotic disease and mycotoxins will be intensified due to the impacts of climate change, a move to plant-based and circular economies. Here, four experts explore the upcoming issues to be aware of and how we might forge a safe path forwards.
A team of food scientists and engineers recently received a grant to develop and test a portable sensor technology which aims to quickly detect foodborne pathogens outside of a lab.
Research has identified that the ‘corn belt’ region in the US will likely experience increased problems with aflatoxins in the near future, calling for remedial measures to head off the problem.
NQAC Dublin's Andrew Savage and Fabien Robert explain why the company developed an in-house method for the quantitative determination of five Alternaria toxins.
Professor Chris Elliott outlines how price increases are serving fraudulent activity and the ways in which food fraud is beginning to manifest in the UK using rice as a key example.
It is not often that scientific advances approach complicated problems in such a seemingly fitting way, but such is the case with high-tech farming and mycotoxins.