HPLC Lab Capabilities at Great Plains Analytical Laboratory

HPLC Lab Capabilities at Great Plains Analytical Laboratory HPLC Definition: High-performance liquid chromatography, (HPLC) is an instrumental technique in analytical chemistry used to separate, identify, and quantify each component (target analyte) in a sample. Applications and capabilities of our HPLC Lab Instrumentation: Few things in life are more important than the food we consume. Today, our food supply is more diverse and more highly processed than ever before. To ensure the safety and nutritional quality of our food many countries have established regulations that stipulate acceptable levels for individual functional ingredients, residues and contaminants in food products. The Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA) requires food packaging to list ingredients in descending order of predominance and the nutritional content, such as vitamins and sugars.  Additionally, food manufacturers must be able to assess and measure product quality. Meeting these requirements is the function of utilizing HPLC instrumentation at Great Plains Analytical Laboratory. GPAL HPLC applications include:Quantification of Dough Conditioners, and flour bleaching agents such as Azodicarbonamide & Benzoyl Peroxide. Detection and Quantification of MycotoxinsTotal Aflatoxin Aflatoxin G1 Aflatoxin B1 Aflatoxin G2 Aflatoxin B2 Vomitoxin Zearalenone Ochratoxin AVitamin QuantificationsVitamin C Folic Acid Niacin Vitamin B (Thiamine & Riboflavin) Vitamin DSugar ProfileFructose Glucose Sucrose Maltose LactoseGPAL is known for its high level of personal customer service and continually strives to provide cost-effective analytical services to consistently meet or exceed the expectations of our clients. This consultative personal approach to providing unsurpassed customer service sets GPAL apart from other laboratory service providers. Great Plains Analytical Laboratory – Scientific Expertise in Food Safety and Quality Testing.  

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