In case you missed us at the 2014 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry in Florida from January 6 through January 11, our Trace Metals Research Chemist, Tamas Ugrai, presented a poster on a Brooks Rand Study, entitled “An International Intercomparison Study for Arsenic Speciation in Food”. The study focused on arsenic speciation in four food matrices: brown rice flour, white rice flour, kelp powder, and apple juice. Read more about the study by downloading the poster and the final study report. Brooks Rand Labs specializes in Arsenic Speciation and metals analyses of food products. To find out more contact us today!