Infrared Spectrometer Can Screen For Supplement Adulterants – NOW Foods
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
NOW Foods maps out a method for pinpointing adulterants in dietary supplement ingredients with the hope that others in industry will adopt the technique and perhaps develop their own tests.
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