Origin and authenticity of food products is gaining in popularity, with consumers demanding more information about where their olive oil comes from. Olive Oil is one of the most adulterated food products worldwide. Therefore, Bruker developed the Olive Oil-Profiling™ 2.0 method and solution for the authenticity and quality analysis of olive oil.
This product expands Bruker’s Food-Profiling solutions portfolio and is offered on two platforms:
On the well-established FoodScreener instrument and on the low field and cryogen-free Fourier 80 benchtop system. These two platforms address the different requirements of the olive oil industry, private testing laboratories and government laboratories.
The FoodScreener is the ideal solution for private testing laboratories and governmental laboratories, for the analysis of different food matrices. The FoodScreener allows the incorporation of various Bruker Food-Profiling solutions in one system.
The Fourier 80 benchtop system is particularly adapted to olive oil bottlers, testing laboratories dedicated to the analysis of olive oil, as well as satellite laboratories of larger private testing laboratories.
|Market Segments||Government laboratories||Olive Oil Bottlers|
|Commercial laboratories||Commercial laboratories**|
|**satellite labs and olive oil testing dedicated labs|
|Food-Screening Applications||Olive Oil Profiling method||Olive Oil Profiling method|
|Versatility||Various configurations available for additional applications (e.g. SNIF-NMR analysis, other probeheads)||Accessories available (e.g. automation)|
|Automation||SampleXPress with 60 Positions||CTC Automation with 60 Positions|
|Fully automated measurement||Fully automated measurement|
Bruker’s commitment to provide customers with unparalleled help throughout the buying cycle, from initial inquiry to evaluation, installation, and the lifetime of the instrument is now characterized by the LabScape service concept.
LabScape Maintenance Agreements, On-Site On-Demand and Enhance Your Lab are designed to offer a new approach to maintenance and service for the modern laboratory