When using isotope ratio analysis for food authentication and traceability, the comparison with a reference data set (databank) is of tremendous importance. Authenticity and representativeness of the reference samples are crucial aspects that have to be fulfilled particularly if any jurisdiction becomes involved. Among the existing isotopic databanks, some have been built over many years and are yearly updated. This is the case of official databanks based on regulations (e.g. EU wine databank) or of databank created by product-specific association or consortium (e.g. AIJN for fruit juices, Grana Padano PDO cheese). These databanks have the drawback to be not freely accessible.
|Citation:||Bontempo, L.; Camin, F. (2016). Stable Isotope ratio databank for food authentication and traceability. In: ISO-FOOD Exploratory Workshop on isotopic techniques in food characterization, December 8-9, 2016, Ljubljana, Slovenia. url: http://isofood.eu/2016/10/exploratory-workshop-isotopic-techniques-in-food-characterisation/ handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10449/36432|
Camin, Federica (Corresponding)
|Organization unit:||Department of Food Quality and Nutrition # CRI|
|Authors:||Bontempo, L.; Camin, F.|
|Title:||Stable Isotope ratio databank for food authentication and traceability|
|Scientific Disciplinary Area:||Settore CHIM/01 - Chimica Analitica|
|Appears in Collections:||03 - Conference object|