Non-intentionally added substances (NIAS) can be challenging chemicals to identify in food contact materials (FCM) yet are essential to understand and analyze to meet food safety and food contact regulation requirements. Learn about recent advances in quantifying NIAS from Exponent Chemical Regulation & Food Safety Managing Scientist Malcolm Driffield, Ph.D., presenting at the Chemical Watch Food Contact Regulations Europe 2023 conference being held in Brussels, Belgium and online.
"Recent Advances in NIAS"
MONDAY, APRIL 17 | 11:55 A.M. (CEST)
What are NIAS and how are they important for food contact regulation and compliance? How can you identify the unidentified when it comes to analyzing NIAS? Explore advances in NIAS quantification and FCM testing in a presentation by Exponent Chemical Regulation & Food Safety Managing Scientist Malcolm Driffield, Ph.D.
With over 20 years of experience in analytical chemistry, Dr. Driffield provides valuable insights to the food and beverage industry with extensive expertise in NIAS testing and analyses, food contaminants, and FCM.
Exponent looks forward to joining food contact materials regulatory and industry experts at this year's Food Contact Regulations Europe 2023 conference taking place in Brussels and virtually.
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