Non-invasive sensing for food reassurance
The School of Food Science and Nutrition's Professor Malcolm Povey has contributed to a recently published critical review of non-invasive sensing for food reassurance.
Consumers and governments are increasingly interested in the safety, authenticity and quality of food commodities. This has driven attention towards non-invasive sensing techniques used for rapid analysing these commodities.
The paper, published in the Royal Society of Chemistry Analyst journal, provides an overview of the state of the art in, and available alternatives for, food assurance based on non-invasive sensing techniques.
Read the review here.