New Regulatory Requirements for Measuring TiO2 in Foods


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Food manufacturers must ensure that TiO2 is within safe levels and correctly listed on a product label. However, measuring TiO2 in food products presents some challenges for the analysis via common atomic spectroscopy. Titanium dioxide may also be present in foods as nanoparticles, which requires specialized measurement techniques if the nanoparticles are to be quantified separately. Agilent is developing the measurement methodology to help manufacturers meet these new regulations.

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