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Food Analysis

Food analysis is becoming ever more complex. New EU regulation on the provision of food information to consumers as well as food safety monitoring and quality control requirements are the driving forces. Old techniques are being substituted by new, exciting and faster methods. Ultimately, however, the objective has remained the same: to shed light on ingredients, additives and contaminants to enhance the safety of food products.

Companies Food Analytics

Sympatec GmbH, Germany

Sympatec develops, manufactures, sells, services and supports an innovative range of best instruments for particle size and shape analysis in laboratory and process for customers worldwide. With continuous innovations in the technological fields of laser diffraction, dynamic image analysis, ultraso more

Showa Denko Europe GmbH, Germany

Shodex is the brand name of the HPLC columns manufactured by Showa Denko in Japan, an international chemical company. The European headquarters for Shodex are located in Munich (Germany) and provide fast deliveries to whole Europe, Russia, Africa and Middle East. They offer profound technical suppor more

C. Gerhardt GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

We are one of the world's leading suppliers of laboratory equipment and analytical systems for food and feedstuffs. We supply industry sectors that place high demands on accuracy and reliability and for whom long-lasting partnerships, flexibility and continuous attention to service are essential req more

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Products Food Analytics

High-purity components for sample preparation for chemical and biochemical analysis

The purity of the filter media for the food & beverage sector permit the direct contact with food. The specially developed papers enable highly sensitive evidence of ingredients and contaminants in food analysis in accordance to the section § 64 LFBG. more

Reducing risk and maximizing throughput in fat analysis

Improved sample throughput at lower costs ✓ Maximizes safety by Minimizing the potential for human error ✓ Close system releases no fumes while water rinse is performed automatically more

Automated and Done in 5 Minutes - That's How Solvent Extraction Works These Days

Extraction of up to 12 samples. This allows different samples to be quickly extracted in just 5 minutes. The EDGE Extraction System from CEM is a sequential system for the fast automated solvent. more

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News Food Analytics

  • Trends in analysis

    From March 31 to April 3, 2020, analytica, the world’s leading trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology, will be held, now for the 27th time, on the exhibition grounds in Munich. From March 31 to April 2, it will be accompanied by the analytica conference, where scientists wi more

  • Fingerprint spectroscopy within a millisecond

    To guarantee high quality pharmaceuticals, manufacturers need not only to control the purity and concentration of their own products, but also those of their suppliers. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF have developed a measuring system capable of identifyin more

  • Pocket-size food scanner

    According to a study by the environmental organization WWF Germany, ten million metric tons of food are thrown in the garbage every year in Germany despite still being edible. A mobile food scanner will allow consumers and supermarket operators in the future to test whether food items have gone bad. more

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Videos Food Analytics

Spectroscopy in a New Light: FT-NIR made easy

MPA II - the next generation of a very successful MPA Multi Purpose Analyzer more

Finally, Safe and Simple Acid Hydrolysis for Determining the Total Fat of Nearly Any Sample

In many sample types, the fat is not freely accessible to the solvent and it cannot be extracted in full. In milk, for example, the majority of the fat is surrounded by membrane and in oil seeds it is surrounded by cell walls. The bonding of fats in starch-lipid complexes or to lipoproteins or phos more

Ultrafast Fat Analyzer for All Foods

Process and laboratory staff in the food industry are increasingly pressed for time. The fat content of ever more samples must be determined fast and accurately. Until recently, there was no reliable method to determine the fat content in different foods in less than 30 seconds. One method is to use more

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White papers Food Analytics

  • Wine Analysis Made Easy

    METTLER TOLEDO's long standing expertise in chemical analyses ensures reliable quality control processes of wine production more

Publications Food Analytics

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q&more articles Food Analytics

  • A Complex Mixture

    Once only of academic interest, the combination of liquid chromatographic separation with subsequent separation in the gas-phase is proving to be suitable for routine use. In routine laboratory work, the method continues to present a major challenge, above all with regard to precision, repeatability and robustness. A sophisticated coupling of methods can offer decisive advantages, through a greater degree of automation. more

  • Safe food

    German test laboratory Labor Friedle GmbH analyses food and food ingredient samples. Throughput and traceability are essential for providing an efficient and professional service to its customers. more

  • Authentic food

    Authentic food is growing in popularity with consumers. In a heavily industrialized market, a regional, single-source and/or specially manufactured product is increasingly becoming a guarantor of greater value. In the premium segment in particular, economically motivated “food fraud” can reap huge profits. more

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Authors Food Analytics

  • Dr. Birk Schütz

    Birk Schütz studied information technology at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and received the PhD for his work on NMR-based metabonomics. He is working for Bruker BioSpin GmbH since 2001 and leads the NMR food applied development team since 2015. more

  • Prof. Dr. Nikolai Kuhnert

    Nikolai Kuhnert, born in 1967, studied Chemistry at Würzburg University (Germany) and earned his PhD in 1995 in the field of Inorganic Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Biology. After holding further positions in England (Cambridge, Oxford and Guildford), he has been working as Professor of Analytical Ch more

  • Dr. Sabur Badmos

    Sabur Badmos, born in 1977, studied Biochemistry at the Universities of Lagos and Ibadan in Nigeria. He completed his PhD at Jacobs University Bremen (Germany) as a member of the working group led by Nikolai Kuhnert. His research interests lie in the field of analytical chemistry, with a particular more

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