Analytix Reporter Special Edition for Food & Beverage Analytical Chemists
Dec 01 2020 Read 648 Times
The Food & Beverage industries must constantly adapt to the requirements of the consumer and authorities. These are becoming more and more demanding regarding the quality, safety and authenticity of the products which are being consumed. Given the matrices that must be analysed, you as analytical chemist are faced with challenges to ensure accuracy and reliability of the used methods.
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See the special food & beverage edition of the Analytix Reporter to find selected articles and applications covering food safety, food quality and nutritional value, from efficient pesticide determination e.g. in spices, produce, eggs and other matrices, via “What makes Wasabi Hot” to new certified reference materials for marine biotoxins. Download your free copy to find a selection of articles.
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In This Edition Articles - The Movement Towards More Comprehensive Testing of Mycotoxins in Cannabis - Addressing proper HACCP implementation - Micropatterning: The art of micro-controlling...
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