Intercomparison Study for Arsenic Speciation
Brooks Rand Labs organized an interlaboratory comparison study for Arsenic Speciation in Food and Juice, in which 41 labs from around the world participated in. The study was initiated to provide a reliable means for laboratories to evaluate their methods for the analysis of difference forms of arsenic in rice, kelp, and apple juice. Click here to download the report for the study.
The results of this study were also presented at the AOAC Annual Meeting in Chicago on August 27th (download presentation). Brooks Rand Labs plans to conduct this study on an annual basis; if interested in participating in future studies contact BRL President, Michelle Briscoe.