The analysis of food and beverages is necessary to ensure that manufacturers comply with strict new nutritional labelling requirements, regulators can identify adulterated products, and manufacturers can substantiate product health benefit claims by identifying and quantifying certain components.
In this on-demand webinar we demonstrate applications for rapid UHPLC targeted screening for compounds such as food additives, food dyes and endogenous food compounds including catechins, anthocyanins and steviol glycosides. This webinar focuses on utilizing the capabilities of both instrument and alternative column chemistries to maximize method reproducibility, sensitivity and efficiency of separations.
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Aaron Lamb is an application specialist in the Chromatography Consumables business unit at Thermo Fisher Scientific. His current interest focuses on developing customer-relevant and market-focused applications to support new and existing chromatographic columns for both LC and GC product lines. Aaron received his Masters in Chemistry from The University of Manchester 2011 and has worked at Thermo Fisher Scientific for nearly a year since moving from Intertek where he worked for four years as an Analytical Chemist.
Dr Susanne Fabel earned a PhD degree in analytical chemistry at the Technical University of Munich focusing on effect-direct analysis of toxins. In 2007 she joined Dionex (now part of Thermo Fisher Scientific) as HPLC product specialist and then moved into HPLC product marketing as Senior Solution Specialist.
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