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Aubrey Lambert

Aubrey Lambert 2024-06-11T11:14:11+0000

Common methods for food ingredient testing include chromatography (e.g., HPLC, GC) for detecting chemical compounds, mass spectrometry for identifying molecular structures, and spectroscopy (e.g., infrared, UV) for analyzing ingredient composition. Microbiological tests identify pathogens, while PCR assays detect genetic material, including GMOs. Allergen testing often involves ELISA. These methods ensure safety, quality, and compliance with regulatory standards. For more information, visit Beaconpoint Labs.