PerkinElmer’s QSight LC/MS/MS improves food safety in China
China’s Xinjiang province has long served as the gateway between East and West. It is home to the legendary Silk Road, traversed by countless travelers over the ages in search of contacts beyond the expansive and rugged province that is nearly the size Alaska…
As China’s largest producer of agricultural products and fruits, including prized Korla pears and Akesu apples, Xinjiang holds both great promise and challenges for the future. Provincial authorities want to expand Xinjiang’s agricultural export industry, but they realize they also must contend with its expansive size, remoteness, and the need to ensure the safety of Xinjiang’s agricultural products in order to compete in the global marketplace.
Enter PerkinElmer. As one of the only diagnostics, discovery, and analytical solutions companies with offices and personnel based in the city of Urumchi, Xinjiang, the company is working with provincial food and drug authorities to strengthen the province’s food safety detection capabilities.
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