Methods for allergen analysis in food: a review

@article{Poms2004MethodsFA,
  title={Methods for allergen analysis in food: a review},
  author={R. Poms and C. Klein and E. Anklam},
  journal={Food Additives & Contaminants},
  year={2004},
  volume={21},
  pages={1 - 31}
}
Food allergies represent an important health problem in industrialized countries. Undeclared allergens as contaminants in food products pose a major risk for sensitized persons. A proposal to amend the European Food Labelling Directive requires that all ingredients intentionally added to food products will have to be included on the label. Reliable detection and quantification methods for food allergens are necessary to ensure compliance with food labelling and to improve consumer protection… Expand
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