Dr. Malcolm Driffield

Fera Science

Analyzing Food Contact Materials: Comprehensive Analysis of the Total Migrate from Can Coatings

All materials that come into contact with food, from manufacturer packaging to storage containers, are required to be tested to make sure that they do not change the nature, substance or quality of the food and do not transfer their components to the food in unacceptable quantities. This webinar describes work performed by Fera Science using state of the art methods to measure a variety of compounds, including non-intentionally added substances (NIAS).

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Dr. Malcolm Driffield
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Dr. Malcolm Driffield

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Malcolm leads a team that carries out projects involving food contact materials (FCMs) and migration. More
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Dr. Malcolm Driffield

Fera Science

Malcolm leads a team that carries out projects involving food contact materials (FCMs) and migration. The majority of his work involves managing the delivery of research and development projects involving non-targeted analysis using state-of-the-art equipment, with a particular focus on investigations into the determination (identification and quantification) of non-intentionally added substances (NIAS). One of the main aims of the team is to make the complicated process of NIAS determination more efficient and in sync with customer requirements and regulatory demands.