Food's fingerprint reveals many secrets

Studies of the chemical and physical 'fingerprint' of products focus on mapping their characteristics. These characteristics can then be used to determine the origins of a product or the production system used to make the product. They can also be used to identify undesirable substances.

In other words, the analytical fingerprint of a product can be put to many potential uses, in particular in the field of food authenticity and the identification of undesirable substances.

RIKILT - Institute of Food Safety, part of Wageningen UR, listed five interesting examples of examinations of the 'fingerprints of food' and the secrets they reveal. Click here to see them!

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