Migratie van kunstofverpakkingen naar vlees

01 mei 2018

Several methodologies have been designed to carry out this study, but an ideal approach should be capable of assessing the migration of compounds in real samples, providing fast and reliable results. Mass spectrometry shows great potential to accurately characterize several contaminants in food by migration.
This work describes a mass spectrometry-based application for the detection of several compounds from plastic, directly from vacuum-packed meat samples. This workflow can be easily applied in routine analyses for either quality control purposes or in the prospection of other potential bioactive contaminants in food. An article about the research was published in Food Research International.
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