Heavy Metals in Milk Powder Quality Control (natural/low Levels)

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Product Specification

QC/RM information
Product Code Material Matrix Approx. Size
FCCM46-DRY14QC

T07495QC

Milk Powder

50g

Analytes

Arsenic (total), Cadmium, Lead, Mercury (total)

Validity Date

09/08/2025

Test Description

The presence of metals in food is of particular concern due to their toxicity. These naturally occurring chemicals can occur as residues in food by a range of mechanisms such as their natural presence in the environment or contamination during food processing and storage. Their accumulation in the body can lead to harmful effects over time and their presence in foodstuffs is strictly regulated.

Heavy, toxic metals such as arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury are often found in food, either as a natural contaminant or a contaminant from production.

Milk powder can be a potential high risk matrix for heavy metal contamination. This could be through the drying process required or any potential packaging migration issues. Fapas quality control materials allow you to highlight this potential contamination in a controlled setting from which to promote high quality testing standards across your laboratory.

Quality control materials can be utilised to track the improvements made within your quality assurance activities. This is in addition to the effective standardisation work that can be done with Fapas quality control materials, where credible, reliable test results can be obtained.

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