Food Analysis

Determination of total glucose and xylose in instant coffee by reverse phase HPLC-UV

This article from Issue 10 of the Analytix Reporter, produced by Merck, describes an RP-HPLC method based on the UV label (PMP) tagging of sugars that was used for a sensitive determination of total glucose and xylose sugars in instant coffee...

New Fapas® food matrix reference materials

Read about 40 new FERA Fapas® food matrix reference materials of a variety of matrix (plant and animal-derived) and analyte types in this article from Issue 10 of the Analytix Reporter, produced by Merck.

Certified reference materials of brevetoxin marine toxins

Read about four new certified reference material (CRM) solutions of brevetoxins, responsible for neurotoxic shellfish poisoning (NSP), in this article from Issue 10 of the Analytix Reporter, produced by Merck.

Ensure reliable results of your microbiological tests

The international standard, ISO 11133:2014 (plus amendment 1:2018 and amendment 2:2020) outlines the regulatory requirements to be met in the preparation of culture media meant for use in the microbiological analysis of food, animal feed, and...

Beverage testing with mobile app for pH and nitrate measurements

This article from Issue 9 of the Analytix Reporter, produced by Merck, examines the use and efficiency of the MQuant® StripScan mobile app to measure the pH of orange juice samples and nitrate concentration of mineral water samples. 

Sample preparation and chromatographic approaches to quality and sensory testing of beer

This on-demand webinar comprises two presentations looking firstly at sample preparation tools for chromatographic testing of beer followed by flavor chemistry and sensory properties of non-alcoholic beer.

Profiling galactosyl oligosaccharides using HPAE-PAD

This application note demonstrates the Thermo Scientific Dual Eluent Generation Cartridge (EGC) capability and performance for profiling galactosyl oligosaccharides using high-performance anion-exchange chromatography with pulsed amperometric...

Discover the Benefits of Sample Preparation with GC-MS for Food Safety and Quality Analysis

Separation Science, in collaboration with Markes International and SepSolve Analytical, offers a selection of application notes relevant for food analysis using sample extraction and enrichment with GC–MS. Whether it be aroma profiling or food or...

Download the food testing info kit from SCIEX

Food testing encompasses a wide variety of techniques and presents challenges at all stages, from new product development to quality control. Safety is the most important concern for both consumers and producers, and the strict concentration...

Quantification of TCA to Detect Cork Taint Fault in Wine

Find out how to detect and quantify 2,4,6-Trichloroanisole (TCA) at levels well below its sensory threshold using HS-SPME for sample preparation and analysis performed with LECO’s Pegasus BT GC-TOFMS system.

[eSeminar] Analytical Strategies for Food Quality and Safety

Are you looking for powerful, robust methods to overcome your food analysis challenges? If so, this on-demand e-seminar, brought to you by Separation Science in collaboration with Markes International, offers some solutions.

Become a Digital Wine Connoisseur — Aroma Characterization using GCMS

Professor Erich Leitner from Graz Univeristy of Technology in Austria will share his knowledge of wine profiling and how GC/GCMS as analytical tool can help identify the origin of different wines in this upcoming webinar.

Food metabolomics for the evaluation of Japanese rice wines using LC-MS/MS

In this study, various types of malted rice sake, made from the same manufacturer are analysed for a total of 97 hydrophilic metabolites (e.g. amino acids and organic acids).

Metabolomic profiling of beer using a triple quadrupole GCMS

In this article, metabolomic profiles of beer were studied and determined using a triple quadrupole GCMS (GCMS-TQ8040) enabling characteristic compounds (e.g. saccharides) to be identified for some types and brands of beer.

Targeted metabolomic profiling of wines by LC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS

This article introduces the use of both LC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS for targeted metabolomic profiling of wines.

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