Bruker’s new Wine and Honey screeners deliver easy, comprehensive cost efficient analysis

NMR Honey Profiling: This new NMR screening solution specifically designed for the analysis of honey is the most recent module of Bruker’s well-established FoodScreener product line. The solution delivers targeted and non-targeted analysis to simultaneously identify and quantify a multitude of honey characteristics, including sugar, acid and amino acid content, as well as detecting frauds such as the addition of different types of syrup or other sugar solutions.

The inherent ease of use allows non-expert users to conduct analyses from measurement to final report in minutes and without chromatography. The NMR databased developed for honey screening contains thousands of authentic samples with worldwide coverage in collaboration with Quality Services International and ALNuMed.

For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/BrukerHoneyProfiling.

NMR Wine Profiling: This substantially enhanced second-generation module of the FoodScreener for wine profiling allows easy and cost-efficient NMR-based wine analysis, now for the first time also for key regions in France, Italy and Spain. In addition to geographical origin, NMR Wine Profiling can determine further key authenticity parameters such as grape variety, vintage year and possible water addition. This comprehensive solution offers a quick, fully automated and cost-efficient tool to ensure wine quality and authenticity, protecting brand integrity and consumer confidence. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/BrukerWineProfiling

Source: Bruker

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