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publication date: 2010/10/21

FOOD ADULTERATION IN INDIA AND ITS ANALYTICAL METHODS OF DETECTION
                  N Kumari, V Dash, A Kesari, SK Mishra, S Nayak, P Mukherjee

ABSTRACT
Food is one of the essential of life. So, it should be pure, nutritious and free from any type of adulteration for proper maintenance of human health. Adulteration of food has ramification within society and cannot be ignored since interference with food stuffs may potentially lead to the production of food which is harmful to health. The Food and Drug Administration is responsible for regulating and supervising the safety of foods, dietary supplement, drugs, etc. The present review focus on analytical methods (microscopic analysis; HPLC, GC, GC-MS, FTIR, UV-visible spectrophotometer) and simple screening test used for the detection of food adulteration.

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N Kumari, V Dash, A Kesari, SK Mishra, S Nayak, P Mukherjee,  " FOOD ADULTERATION IN INDIA AND ITS ANALYTICAL METHODS OF DETECTION ",  Inventi Impact: Nutraceuticals ,  Vol. 2010 , Article ID- " Inventi:nc/57/10 " 2010  [ cited 2014 Jul 22 ]  Available From  


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