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Proceedings of the XIII International Conference on the Applications of Magnetic Resonance in Food Science
The globalization of trade of foods with its overwhelming variety has led to an increased demand for authentic products by all parts of the food value chain. In particular high-priced products are commonly adulterated, mislabeled or completely substituted. Honey is a typical example for such foods, which show an increasing number of adulterations, mostly related to the declaration of the botanical origin. A non-targeted 1 H-NMR-based screening, combined with multivariate statistical analysisdoi:10.1255/mrfs.7 fatcat:npyzhlxbyvaa3j5br4u47vtijq