Analytical Instrument Validation According to Food Safety Management System (ISO 22000)

Food safety and the peace of mind associated with food safety are important factors in our ability to engage in social living. Up until more than half a century ago, food production and consumption was conducted by limited means within limited geographical regions, but with improvements in division of labor and efficiencies, or in other words, globalization, troublesome incidents attributable to this food supply configuration began to occur. These incidents had the effect of raising concerns about food safety among consumers, and at the same time, it became widely recognized that "securing the safety of food was not only the responsibility of enterprises involved in food production, but that enterprises and organizations (*1) involved in the entire food chain each had a role to play in achieving this objective." With this background, ISO 22000 (*2) was issued as an international standard in September, 2005.

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Liquid Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometry, Mass Spectrometry
Food and Beverages, Food QAQC, LCMS-2010EV
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