The FDA announced August 1st, 2020 that the Thomas International Inc. is recalling all of its onions, regardless of color, from all 50 states in the U.S. due to a Continue Reading
Check out the most highly anticipated scientific conferences to attend in 2019. Scientific conferences are a great place to network, discover the latest innovations, and meet with potential vendors. We Continue Reading
Thanksgiving and turkey are somewhat synonymous. Can’t really have one without the other! However, this Thanksgiving, the showstopper bird might be missing from some tables across America. Federal food and Continue Reading
Pre-workout powder drinks have become a staple for many fitness-fanatics across the world. However, athletes and gym-regulars alike may not always think about what they are putting into their bodies Continue Reading
Guest Author: David Kennedy Chromatography –Whether gas, liquid, or some other variation – is an analytical tool whose primary purpose is to separate one chemical species from another, i.e., to Continue Reading
FSMA mandates a “science-based” approach to food testing. This does not require that Chromatography be used, but in practice, much of the modernization of food testing methods has been driven by the use of new and improved
Concerns surrounding pesticide contamination are not limited to fruits and vegetables. According to Toxics Action Center, pesticides are used almost everywhere: not only in agricultural fields, but also in homes, parks, schools, buildings, forests, and roads.
Last month, Phenomenex hosted the SoCal Dietary Supplements Chromatography Forum—an all-day assembly co-sponsored by Alkemist Laboratories and US Pharmacopeia (USP) to discuss “the need and approach to modernizing USP dietary supplement monographs,” particularly those based upon chromatography.
Most of us are lucky enough to trust that our food is safe. This was not the case for nine people who lost their lives and hundreds more sickened by contaminated peanut products from the Peanut Corporation of America (PCA)—and now, some company authorities are paying the price.