ANALYTICAL EMPLOYMENT OF STABLE ISOTOPES OF CARBON, NITROGEN, OXYGEN AND HYDROGEN FOR FOOD AUTHENTICATION

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E. Novelli *
S. Balzan
M. Perini
P. Antonetti
L. Fasolato
F. Camin
(*) Corresponding Author:
E. Novelli | lucia.zoppi@pagepress.org

Abstract

Stable isotopes of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and hydrogen were used for analytical purposes for the discrimination of the type of production (farming vs. fishing) in the case of sea bass and for geographical origin in the case of milk. These results corroborate similar experimental evidences and confirm the potential of this analytical tool to support of food traceability.

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