Food Analysis Blog

How to perform better GC for food and beverage analysis

Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent, is offering a selection of application notes demonstrating the versatility of its 8890 gas chromatography (GC) system that enables you to work smarter with autonomous monitoring, remote...

Measuring total sugar in potatoes using mobile reflectometry

Who doesn’t love golden, hot French fries or a steaming baked potato? In fried or baked goods, much of the savory taste and aroma can be attributed to the Maillard reaction. It is what creates the brown compounds that give many cooked foods this...

New marine toxin CRMs for safer seafood

The presence of marine toxins in shell fish and sea food has always been a concern, but has spread in recent years. Increasing global temperatures are suspected to be the reason for an observed expansion of algae species that are commonly the...

How to detect pyrrolizidine alkaloid contamination in food

Pyrrolizidine alkaloids are well known contaminants of various foodstuffs such as leaf lettuces, cereals or honey. Just recently pyrrolizidine alkaloids were also found in both herbal teas and common teas. Animal feedstuff can be affected as...

Analysis of pesticides in cannabis using QuEChERS extraction and cleanup

Consumption of cannabis and / or cannabis-based products is currently legal in some form in 33 US states plus the District of Columbia. Testing of the plant materials and products is required by many of these states; however the specific test...

GC–MS method for the aroma profiling of vodka

This study from Markes International shows the advantages of immersive sorptive extraction, using high-capacity HiSorb probes, for the gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC–MS) analysis of a wide range of aroma compounds in vodka.

Standardized methods for stable isotope analysis of food and beverage samples

Standardized methods (or official international methods) exist for stable isotope analysis of food and beverage samples and are aimed at protecting product origin, authenticity and label claims. This note from Thermo Fisher Scientific provides a...

Hinder the Threat of Mycotoxin Contamination

Mycotoxins are a significant global problem that greatly impacts a variety of feedstuffs. From economic impacts because of rejection of commodities in the market to reduced production in animals that consumed contaminated feed, and even the...

Strategy for Routine Quantitative Pesticide Analysis using a GC/Q-TOF

Separation Science, in association with Agilent Technologies, offers you the exclusive opportunity to take part in a webinar describing the unambiguous identification and accurate quantification results of pesticide residues in fruits and...

Benefits of a High-Sensitivity GC-MS/MS for Pesticide Residue Analysis in Complex Samples

Separation Science, in association with Agilent Technologies, offers you the exclusive chance to take part in a webinar describing the benefits of using a high-sensitivity GC-MS/MS in the analysis of pesticide residues in complex samples.

Workflow for the sensitive and reliable analysis of polar anionic pesticides and metabolites

Do you require a solution for the robust, sensitive and reliable determination of polar anionic pesticides and metabolites? If so, this on-demand webinar will introduce a new validated ion-chromatography triple quadrupole mass spectrometry based...

SPME method development for food analysis

Implementing SPME methods for food analysis

    

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