Whitepaper: IRMS vs NMR for honey fraud detection
IRMS or NMR: which is the most complete method for detecting honey adulteration? Download Elementar UK’s whitepaper on the pros and cons of both options.
Isotope ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) are two of the most widely-used methods for detecting honey fraud and adulteration. But which of these approaches offers the most future-proof analytical solution for food labs?
In this whitepaper from Elementar UK, we explore the grave economic threat posed by honey fraud and the way IRMS and NMR are used to root out this problem, before comparing the two methods head-to-head to determine which approach can deliver the greatest benefits, both now and in the future.