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Pesticide residue testing to ensure the safety of these foods has become more important than ever.
LC-MS/MS Enables Rapid Quantitative Analysis of Over 200 Veterinary Drugs
Mycotoxins are naturally occurring poisonous chemicals that can contaminate food, making it unsafe to consume. The LCMS-8060 can help your lab detect mycotoxins with ease.
Fast, Reliable Identification of Microplastics in Food and Food Packaging Using FTIR Spectroscopy
The average person consumes 50,000 microplastic particles each year. Microplastics are incredibly small, making them hard to detect. However, Shimadzu's FTIR systems are able to identify organic and some inorganic materials in a wide range of samples.
Improving Extractables and Leachables Analysis in Food Contact Materials Using Shimadzu's Q-TOF
Leachables and extractables pose risks to food contact materials. Shimadzu's Q-TOF mass spectrometer provides fast, reliable analysis of these contaminants in food products.
Increase the Accuracy of Mineral Oil Hydrocarbon Analysis in Food and Food Packaging
Mineral oil hydrocarbons (MOHs) can contaminate food through printing inks applied directly to packaging. Shimadzu developed a proven method that ensures reliable detection of the two main groups of MOHs.
Food Testing Total Lab
Testing for food contaminants is critical to protecting consumers and complying with regulations. Shimadzu's analytical instruments ensure fast, reliable detection of a wide range of contaminants, so you can streamline workflows and improve productivity in your lab.
Simultaneous Analysis of Water-Soluble and Fat-Soluble Vitamins in Fish
People look to fish to give them the vitamins and nutrients that they need on a daily basis. That's why it's important for analysts to determine the exact concentrations of vitamins in fish products. Shimadzu has developed a proven method for analyzing both water- and fat-soluble vitamins in fish using a single chromatographic system.
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