Bruker upgrades NMR Honey-Profiling Module to strengthen honey adulteration detection

U.S – Bruker, world leader in magnetic resonance, has launched the latest version of its Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Honey-Profiling module for the advanced detection of the dynamic modes of honey adulteration.  The new module expands the growing database to 28,000 reference honey samples, covering over 50 countries, 100 monofloral varieties and many polyfloral varieties. It allows honey producers and distributors to check for purity, botanical source, country of origin, and identify atypical profiles for further investigation. As a high-value food product, honey is particularly vulnerable to economically motivated adulteration…

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