Hotel accommodation is not included in the course fee. However a number of hotel rooms have been blocked at the WICC. Participants have to book their own room by sending an e-mail to: info wicc. Please book your room before 20 December and mention booking code AFA The registration period for this course closed! Registration will be accepted in the order in which the registration form is received.
You will be notified on acceptance by email. Then you will receive instructions for payment, and further course details. Twitter Whatsapp Email Linkedin. Course Programme Lecturers General information Location Registration Downloads Background Knowledge about analytical techniques in food analysis is essential in the field of food science and technology.
Target group The course is aimed at PhD candidates and young researchers working in the field of food research and scientists from industries involved in food analysis. Poster sessions Participants are encouraged to bring a poster for the planned poster sessions. Course aim After the course, participants should have a detailed knowledge of the state of the art of the most important analytical methods, their possibilities and their application in complex food systems.
Established, officially approved methods are used to monitor for known issues.
Food Analytical Methods
Through research, industry has improved a host of analytical methods in recent years, resulting in higher sensitivity for difficult-to-detect contaminants, detection of contaminants in new matrix classes and faster turnaround times for results. These advances have been made in the face of changing regulations, more rigorous method-validation standards and consumer demands for safe, quality products. In alone, significant news and media coverage were devoted to the discovery of L. Among the top causes of product recalls nationwide, Salmonella is the number one pathogen of concern in the U.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention statistics. Salmonella contamination is most commonly associated with eggs, poultry, meat, unpasteurized milk or juice, cheese, raw fruits and vegetables, spices and nuts. Recent events have been captured in news headlines, highlighting the diverse safety and analytical challenges posed by chemical contaminants. After years of consideration, the U. Food and Drug Administration FDA proposed an action level of 10 parts per billion this summer for inorganic arsenic in apple juice. The results of the latest FDA survey on apple juice indicated that the majority of samples were below the action level for inorganic arsenic.
Acrylamide formation is particularly likely in potatoes and cereals and other carbohydrate-rich foods, approximately 40 percent of the American diet.
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Due to the endogenous matrix interferences inherent to starchy foods, the analysis of acrylamide presents numerous challenges. This past summer, dicyandiamide, an agricultural chemical used by New Zealand dairy farmers to promote grass growth and reduce soil nitrogen leaching, was detected in minute traces in certain New Zealand milk powders. Food safety authorities significantly boosted surveillance to prevent any further incidents, and a number of laboratories worldwide developed methodologies utilizing sophisticated analytical techniques to address the issue.
When melamine and related compounds were initially discovered in various food sources, cascading events led to investigations both in the U. Government bodies and laboratories around the globe developed methods, collected data and dutifully reported their findings.
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