Brooks Rand Labs is organizing the 2nd annual Interlaboratory Comparison Study for Arsenic Speciation in Food.  With so few available reference materials that are certified for inorganic arsenic and other individual arsenic species, this study provides one of the few means for laboratories to evaluate their methods of analyzing arsenic species in food matrices, such as rice and fish.

The results of the 2013 Intercomparison Study were presented at the AOAC International Annual Meeting last year. That study had participation from 39 labs from around the globe and was considered a huge success. If you are a lab that performs arsenic speciation analyses in food, you are invited to participate in the 2014 study! For more information about this year’s study, or to register as a participant, please click here. The registration deadline for this year’s study is July 10th, 2014 July 15th, 2014.