food transparency

Sydney - Submitted by susi on Apr 23 2017

Driven by open source innovations in the maker movement, mass spectrometers are cheap and ubiquitous in 2025. Handheld spectrometers have helped to reduce food fraud along supply chains as they reveal the nutritional content of food, mitigate mislabelling (such as shark labeled as snapper) and reduce instances of contamination (such as honey spiked with high fructose corn syrup or milk powder contaminated with melamine). Mass spectrometers, coupled with machine learning and open source data, have disrupted food supply networks and enhanced human health.

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