The report associated with the 2014 Brooks Rand Labs International Interlaboratory Comparison Study for Arsenic Speciation in Food is now available! In its second year, this study continues to be one of the largest intercomparison studies for arsenic speciation in food conducted. This report summarizes where the methods are successful at providing reproducible data and where more research and method development is needed. As demonstrated by the data, this kind of comparison study is vitally important for establishing and maintaining best practices for the arsenic speciation analyses of food and supplements. A copy of the report can be downloaded from our website. For more information or if you have questions regarding this important intercomparison study, please contact Elizabeth Madonick.