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Using Multiple Analytical Techniques in Non-Targeted Analysis of Food Products


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Traditional approaches for measuring food components are based on a ‘target list’ approach, whereby specific methodologies are developed for individual or related compounds. Such methods are well-suited for routine monitoring but can fail to detect emerging contamination events or to identify new prospects for product development.

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