FT - Infrared Spectroscopy in Food Testing
Infrared spectroscopy provides a rapid and non-destructive method for compositional analysis of food products and screen for known and unknown adulterants. With over 75 years of experience in Infrared Spectroscopy, the PerkinElmer FT-IR systems can provide multiple parameter results simultaneously, allowing higher sample throughput. Additionally, Spectrum Adulterant Screen, designed to enhance FT-IR/NIR Spectrum 10 Software, allows the development and execution of adulterant screening methods for suspected materials of concern.
Quinoa flour is a high-value product and, therefore, susceptible to adulteration with lower-value flours. Fourier Transform Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (FT-NIR) provides a quick and easy method to determine the identity and concentration of any adulterants present in quinoa flour.