By Guest Author: David C. Kennedy, Ph.D. As mentioned in the previous post, FDA requires that food testing methods be scientifically valid. FDA starts with this deeply fundamental premise, but does not dictate a prescribed solution. This is in contrast to other regulatory agencies, notably the EPA Clean Water Act, where the analytical methodology is…
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FSMA mandates a “science-based” approach to food testing. This does not require that Chromatography be used, but in practice, much of the modernization of food testing methods has been driven by the use of new and improved
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