Tracing the Origin of Food:
Establish Food Authenticity using Elemental Profiling  

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Broadcast #1: 26 September, 2018
10 am BST (London) / 11 am CEST (Paris)

Broadcast #2: 26 September, 2018
10 am PDT (California) / 1 pm EDT (New York) /
2 pm (Sao Paulo)

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes

Presenters

Jenny_NelsonJenny Nelson
Market Development Spectroscopy Scientist, Agilent Technologies
Dr. Jenny Nelson is currently an Atomic Spectroscopy Application Scientist for the Segment Marketing team at Agilent Technologies and also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Viticulture and Enology at University of California, Davis. She has broad knowledge and experience in different speciation analysis for many sample matrices using GC–ICP-MS and LC-ICP-MS.

SusanEbelerWebSusan Ebeler
Professor of Viticulture and Enology, UC Davis
Prof. Ebeler's research focuses on development and application of analytical chemistry techniques to study wine flavor chemistry; understanding physico-chemical interactions of flavors with nonvolatile wine components; and elucidation of the chemical mechanisms for observed health effects of wine and wine components.

CourtneyTanabeCourtney Tanabe
Application Scientist, UC Davis
Courtney Tanabe received her B.S. in Chemistry from Oregon State University in 2012, and her Masters in Forensic Chemistry University of California, Davis in 2015. Currently, Courtney is a Phd student at the University of California, Davis in the Viticulture and Enology Department. Her work centers around food forensics and is currently focused on applying atomic spectroscopy techniques in her analysis of wine.


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Apple_TransparentThe food and beverage industries have been threatened by fraudulent activities including mislabelling, counterfeiting, substitution, and adulteration. Most of this fraud is committed to gain an economic advantage. 

Elemental profiling using ICP-MS, ICP-OES, and MP-AES has been proposed as an approach for geographic authentication of various foods and beverages. Using these approaches, we have demonstrated that the elemental profiles of coffee beans, wine, and whiskeys vary across a range of geographic scales (i.e., across different countries, and different regions within a country or state).

By attending this event you will learn:

  • how to use elemental profiles obtained using an ICP-MS, ICP-OES, and MP-AES coupled with statistical software like Mass Profiler Professional (MPP)
  • how to determine if the variance between samples is adequate to distinguish growing origin.
  • how to gain insights into how statistical profiling can provide insights into food authenticity or consistency.

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Lab managers and lab personnel interested in elemental analysis and using statistical tools to get more out of your elemental data.

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