Exploring the value of routine analytical technology: In Focus no.1 2015 out now
Just one of the articles in the latest edition of In Focus is about the growing use of rapid wine analysis with the WineScan SO2 as a reliable way of giving all-important information about levels of sulphur dioxide content.
WineScan SO2 has been approved as a method for the official final analysis of wines in Germany. Further to this approval, positive results from a ring test by top German wine laboratories and a similar study by FOSS gives yet more indication of the reliability of the WineScan against standard methods. One main difference remains though. The WineScan is much faster.
The article in the online magazine is accompanied by video interviews with winemakers who explain the value of rapid routine analysis in their winemaking. See the article here .
The magazine includes other video interviews and articles showing how Food/agri professionals are exploiting the value of routine analysis along with how-to guides on X-ray, NIR and total fat analysis and much more.
The FOSS In Focus magazine covers analytical technology and its application in the food and agricultural industries. It is published twice a year.