Are those organic eggs truly organic? Does this olive-oil really originates from Tuscany? Wageningen Food Safety Research can prove it with labaratory research.
Fraud-free organic coffeeWageningen Food Safety Research allows a machine to 'sniff' coffee aroma to distinguish between organic and regular coffee.View additional info
The differences between organic and customary eggClose examinations of the composition of egg yolk reveal the distinctions between egg production systems. This enables Wageningen Food Safety Research to establish whether eggs are or are not organic.View additional info
Scanning food's fingerprintWageningen Food Safety Research is currently carrying out research on various portable instruments that can measure the composition of products within seconds – even through the packaging.View additional info
Bananas from Costa RicaWageningen Food Safety Research provided on-site assistance in the collection of bananas to guarantee their authenticity, learn about the local production conditions and arrange for the rapid and appropriate import of the bananas into the Netherlands.View additional info
Marzipan made from pure almondsWageningen Food Safety Research can carry out DNA analyses and use advanced protein identification techniques to determine whether marzipan is made from pure almonds or also contains other nuts or beans.View additional info