The carbons MOSH and MOAH, which are found in mineral oils, can be harmful to health. Sources of MOSH MOAH ia. Packaging materials like recycled paper-printing inks, lubricants from (harvesting) machines etc. MOSH and MOAH have now been found in many foodstuffs. And not only in foodstuffs: animal feed, food supplements, nuts, medicines or cosmetics can also contain these substances. Mineral oils do not belong in food, but often end up in it by accident.
Advanced analytical techniques and methods
Qualitative/quantitative methods using High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
Single residue methods
Guidelines for analytical quality control and validation procedures
Quality assurance and requirements for laboratory accreditation
Toxicology and risk assessment
Trends in pesticide registration and use
Green analytical chemistry
Analysis of “new food”
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Microbiological food testing to detect food borne pathogens and spoilage organisms can ensure the continued safety of your food products along the supply chain. Functional microbes must also be monitored during production and in the final product.