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bertpopping.pngSeparation Science is pleased to confirm that Dr Bert Popping joins Food Safety Analysis 2018 as Conference Chairman and Scientific Programme Advisor. The scientific programme will comprise technology and analytical experts who have many years experience in food safety methods, protocols and applications.

The following speakers and presentations are confirmed for Food Safety Analysis 2018 - please check back regularly for the most up-to-date list:

Contaminants Testing
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KateMastovska.png Katerina Mastovska
Eurofins Food Integrity & Innovation, USA
Emerging Issues and Trends in the Analysis of Chemical Contaminants and Residues
Attendees to this presentation will learn about emerging issues related to chemical contaminants and residues in food, infant formula, and dietary supplements; analytical trends and advancements in the analysis of chemical contaminants and residues; and updates on related activities at the AOAC International.
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SteveHolroyd.png Steve Holroyd
Fonterra, New Zealand
Mid Infrared Spectroscopy and Dairy: Targeted and Non-targeted Applications
Attendees to this presentation will learn how infrared spectroscopy is used in both targeted and non-targeted applications for food defence in the dairy industry; and some of the challenges unique to non-targeted methods and how to overcome them in practice.
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EmmaBradley.png Emma Bradley
FERA, UK
Analytical Challenges in Assessing the Safety of Food Contact Materials and Articles
Attendees to this presentation will learn about the methods used to determine the safety of materials and articles in contact with food. This will include migration testing methodologies, methods to determine the migration of the known ingredients used to make the food contact material in food simulants and foodstuffs, analytical challenges associates with complex mixtures of migrating substances and the detection, identification and quantification of non-intentionally added substances (NIAS).
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Fast Analysis of Multi-veterinary Drugs using UHPLC-MS John Lee
Agilent, UK
Fast Analysis of Multi-veterinary Drugs using UHPLC-MS
This talk will outline a veterinary drug workflow in meat and milk samples highlighting the use of UHPLC-MS/MS and the related sample preparation.
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JoeKonschnikWeb Joe Konschnik
Restek, USA
Optimizing Workflows for the Sample Preparation and Rapid Analysis of Contaminants in Food Matrices by LC/MS-MS
Attendees to this presentation will learn about varying approaches to sample preparation including QuEChERS and dilute & shoot and how such variations are applied for different applications; optional approaches to quantifying concentrations of contaminants using stable isotope dilution compared with matrix-matched calibration; and how to optimize LC column and mobile phase chemistries to speed up analysis while maintaining acceptable peak shape, selectivity and sensitivity.
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 Jaran Jainhuknan Jaran Jainhuknan
Bruker, Thailand
Method Validation for Multiresidue Analysis Based on LC Quadrupole Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
High-Resolution Accurate Mass (HRAM) Mass Spectrometry, based on e.g. Time-of-Flight (TOF) technology, has considerably improved the possibilities of multiresidue methods, particularly in terms of unlimited-scope of analytes and highest possible level of identification confidence. In this presentation, the full validation of a LC-Q-TOF multiresidue method for 272 pesticides in food products using the NL-method (lettuce and orange) and QuEChERS-method (chicken meat) for extraction (and cleanup), respectively, will be presented. The fulfilment of the EU AQC SANTE Document validation requirements will be shown.
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Jianru Stahl-Zeng Dr Jianru Stahl-Zeng
SCIEX
New Tools in Food Analysis for Residue Screening and Authenticity
High resolution and accurate mass instruments are capable of performing targeted and non-targeted screening in a single LC-MS/MS run. New tools and workflows for both Residue Screening and Authenticity testing will be presented. Also importance of aligns of these workflows with EU regulation will be demonstrated.
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Automated Sample Preparation Solutions for Contaminants in Food Analysis Shalene Goh
Gerstel, Singapore
Automated Sample Preparation Solutions for Contaminants in Food Analysis (Pesticides and 3-MCPD)
QuEChERS sample preparation methods are often employed for the analysis and determination of pesticides. However, they involve many manual steps, making it a quite labour-intensive process. In order to improve laboratory productivity for monitoring pesticide residue in foods, an automated method was developed using newly developed standard SPE cartridges.
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Fraud & Authenticity Testing
SaskiaVanRuth.png Saskia van Ruth
WUR / RIKILT, The Netherlands
Fifty Shades of Fraud Vulnerability in the Food Industry and the Food Service Sector
Attendees to this presentation will learn about the theoretical criminology-based concept of food fraud risks and their management, as well as practical checklists, and key fraud drivers and enablers for various chains and tiers.
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GuangtaoZhang.png Guangtao Zhang
Effem MARS Beijing, China
Applications of Non-targeted Analysis in Food Fraud Detection
Attendees to this presentation will learn the basic principles of non-targeted analysis and their advantages over conventional targeted analysis. Some key analytical technologies (including vibrational spectroscopies, chromatography, and mass spectrometry.) that are used currently by the food industry to detect food fraud will be introduced. We will also present some real cases where these technologies are applied for the investigation of food integrity.
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PaulBrereton_web.png Paul Brereton
Queen's University, UK
Latest Developments for Assuring the Integrity of our Food
Attendees will hear how there is a major change in our thinking of how we mitigate food fraud risks and the role of analytical methods in that process. The need for methods (systems) that operate much earlier in the supply chain, rather confirming compliance/non-compliance post retail, will be presented together with examples of a range of solutions that can highlight food fraud risks before the product leaves the factory.
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GerhardRimkus.png Gerhard Rimkus
Intertek, UK
Safeguarding Against Food Adulteration: Classical and New Technologies to Verify Food Authenticity
Attendees to this presentation will learn about Food fraud, food adulteration and food integrity; the top 10 of adulterated products, risk factors for food fraud; food authenticity testing: the two general analytical approaches - ‘targeted’ and ‘non-targeted’; and future trends and technology of food authenticity testing.
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MikkoHofsommerWeb Mikko Hofsommer
GfL, Germany
Food Fraud in the Juice Industry
Attendees to this presentation will learn about recent issues of food fraud in fruit juices/concentrates, detection of adulteration in fruit juices/concentrates, and a novel technique for the detection of a sugar addition.
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 Connor Black Connor Black
Queen’s University Belfast
REIMS - A New, Novel Ambient Ionisation Technique
Attendees will hear about a new, novel ambient ionisation technique known as REIMS and how it has been utilised to analyse and assess multiple aspects of fraud associated with fish and meat products. The ambient nature of the technique circumvents sample preparation whilst enabling near-instantaneous results to be obtained. Thus, REIMS should provide a paradigm shift across authenticity applications, both within the supply chain and also post retail.
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Allergen & Microbiological Testing
bertpopping Bert Popping
FOCOS, Germany
Food Allergen and Gluten Analysis – Horses for Courses?
Allergens have been on the plates of many regulators for more than a decade. With the always-limited budgets of food producers’ quality assurance departments, how can the absence of all allergens be ensured, bearing in mind that quality control departments also need to look after many other parameters like natural toxins, pathogens, residues and food-born contaminants. Is there one method that is cost-efficient and reliable? What could be a good strategy to spend the quality assurance budget most usefully?
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FrancoisBourdichoin_web.png François Bourdichon
Chair of the Standing Committee on Microbioloical Hygiene of the International Dairy Federation
Validation and Verification of a Microbial Method - The Right Method for the Right Purpose
Attendees to this presentation will learn how to decipher a validated recognized standard and/or alternative proprietary method from a non-validated (therefore questionable) one. Verification of the right implementation is also a key point expected from accredited laboratories but also more and more from routine laboratories. The global framework of ISO 16140 Parts 1 to 6 will be discussed.
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Food Safety Methods
WeiZhu.png Wei Zhu
Danone, China
Evaluation of Analytical Methods from a Food Industry Perspective
Attendees to this presentation will learn about analytical method development for food safety testing; evaluation of analytical methods based on “fitness for purpose”; and an Industry perspective on analytical method application.
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TakeshiKawamoto_Web Takeshi Kawamoto
Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association, Japan
Topics and Trends of Food Safety and Testing at JASIS 2018 and in Japan
In this presentation, topics and trends of food safety analysis and testing techniques at JASIS 2018 will be presented to provide comprehensive and up-to date information on Japanese analytical instruments technologies and applications in food safety analysis. Topics such as screening analysis of food samples and extractables and leachables analysis in food packages by using dedicated mass spectrometry library, latest technologies and applications for off-flavour and fragrance analysis, and new development of hardware and software of analytical instruments and sample preparation for food safety analysis will be presented.
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Klaus Buckendahl Klaus Buckendahl
Merck/Sigma-Aldrich Chemie GmbH, Germany
PDMS-Overcoating of SPME Fibers for Improved Extraction from Complex Food Samples
By applying a layer of PDMS coating over the adsorbent coating, large matrix components are repelled or can easily be washed off, while the smaller analytes of interest can pass through the outer PDMS layer and will be retained by the adsorbent. This work will compare the lifetime of overcoated to conventional adsorbent fiber coatings for complex matrices such as spaghetti sauce and show further application examples.
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Tan Yi Lin Jane Tan Yi Lin Jane
Waters Pacific
Clean can be FAST! Introducing Oasis PRiME HLB in the Effective Cleanup of Food Matrices
Attendees will hear about the Oasis PRiME HLB, a solid phase extraction (SPE) cartridge that is capable of retaining notorious interferences from food matrices. We will see how this sorbent could be used in the analyses of various types of compounds. Coupled with a pass-through method of SPE cleanup, this provides a simple solution for streamlining the sample preparation process while effectively removing matrix interferences.
Sandhya Nargund Sandhya Nargund
Shimadzu (Asia Pacific)
Recent Advances in Analysis of Food Quality & Safety
The ever-growing number of food safety scandals, health scares, and outbreaks of food-borne diseases emphasize the importance of constant vigilance for manufacturers and retailers of food products. Meanwhile, the scale and complexity of food supply chains pose great challenges to traceability, making quality control paramount at every step. Shimadzu provides ultimate solutions cover every single steps of food processing to ensure the safety. Attendees to this presentation will learn the latest analytical solutions for food quality and safety testing with advance instrumentation and ‘Ready to Use’ Method Packages.
IrmgardReichsteinWeb Irmgard Reichstein
Axel Semrau, Germany
Automated MCPD Analytics
There is an increasing importance of the analysis of MCPD and MCPD fatty acids due to their carcinogenicity. In March 2016, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) declared a reduced value for the tolerable daily uptake of 0.8 µg/kg body weight for 3-MCPD. This talk will present an automated solution - DGF Fast & Clean.
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Quentin Basle Quentin Basle
Nestle, Singapore
A New Approach to MCPD and Glycidyl Ester Analysis in Food
Analysis of MCPD esters has been in place in Nestlé laboratories for more than a decade. Existing methods were continuously improved thanks to various research groups publications and rapidly incorporated newly discovered GEs as early as 2011. The new proposed method by Nestlé for quantification of 2- and 3-MCPD esters as well as glycidyl esters in a wide variety of infant and adult nutritional formula is based on two key recent publications from JRC and US FDA and has been approved as AOAC First Action Method.
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Fast Analysis of Elemental Speciation in Food using Hyphenated ICP-MS Yu-Hong Chen
Agilent, China
Fast Analysis of Elemental Speciation in Food using Hyphenated ICP-MS
The presentation will cover the latest applications on elemental speciation in food using hyphenated ICP-MS, how to get the sensitive and reliable data for elemental speciation analysis (eg: sample preparation, key points for instrument optimization, etc), and how to make elemental speciation analysis faster.
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TranNham_Web Tran Nham
analytikjena, Thailand
Elemental Speciation Analysis in Food by LC-ICPMS
By attending this presentation you will learn about the importance of elemental speciation analysis in food, analytical methods for speciation analysis, how to optimise high signal sensitivity, and how to do speciation analysis by LC-ICPMS.
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AmadeoFernandezAlba.png Amadeo Fernandez-Alba
EURL Pesticides, Spain
Analytical Challenges in Control of Pesticide Residues. Workflows, Methods and Instrumentation
The consequences of pesticide use are of great concern to the consumer. Thus, it is essential to establish adequate control mechanisms for pesticide residues in food. In the European Union (EU), the European Commission is responsible for establishing those control mechanisms with the aim to ensure food safety, which includes compliance with Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs). Attendees to this presentation will learn about the main issues related with the implementation of regulation for pesticide control in food in the EU, as well as strategies for the main analytical workflows for pesticide residues.
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Chiarina Mapa Chiarina Mapa
Phenomenex
Refining Food Safety, Labeling and Dietary Supplements Testing with Advancements in Chromatography
Presented are techniques and tools to assist in improving chromatographic results as well as sample prep options for improved clean up and extraction of targeted analytes from various food matrices. Knowing what sample preparation and chromatographic options are available can help in determining the appropriate method for optimized results. Applications reviewed include: Polar and non-polar pesticides from produce and plant samples, veterinary drugs and Dietary supplements.
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Wiebke Kaziur Wiebke Kaziur
University of Duisburg-Essen
Automated Microextraction Techniques: Comparison, Optimization and Application in Food Samples
To gain an overview about the different microextraction techniques the main characteristics of these techniques will be discussed regarding their benefits and limitations. Furthermore, optimization parameters which must be considered are presented to show that PAL SPME Arrow and ITEX-DHS can be applied without fearing huge optimization steps. Additionally, the application of ITEX-DHS and PAL SPME Arrow for the analysis of food flavor compounds are shown with examples such as beer and honey.
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