Future Food Analysis and Detection—2nd Volume
The demographic increase, the demand for food, and the impact of production on the environment have always been some of the main issues which affect society on a global scale. Recently, a greater awareness of these issues has contributed to the search for food alternatives which can meet the needs of the world population. Science needs to keep up with the times, and new tools for the analysis of traditional and novel food products are needed. In particular, given the abovementioned premises, it is clear that developing new approaches for the authentication and characterization of novel foods, as well as the improvement of methods for the prevention of food fraud, are of utmost importance.
In the light of this, the present topic aims at collecting original research works, where new analytical/chemometric approaches in the field of food analysis are proposed. In particular, papers related to the authentication, characterization, and traceability of foods, describing novel approaches for food detection or to assess the geographical origin of commodities, as well as papers addressing the resolution of problems in the field of food analysis are very welcome. Moreover, given the close link between these subjects and chemometrics, the submission of articles discussing the development of new chemometric approaches that can be applied to the resolution of food analytical problems is also encouraged. Finally, to provide a complete overview of recent trends in this area, reviews in this framework will also be gladly received.
Dr. Alessandra Biancolillo
Prof. Dr. Federico Marini
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