Acrylamide Monitoring of Domestic Food Products

국내생산식품의 아크릴아마이드 함량분석

  • Published : 2004.12.31

Abstract

Food products selected based on their annual sales and international acrylamide research data were analyzed for quantitation of acrylamide. Samples including raw food, substitute meal, snack, drink, and sauce products were analyzed by LC/MS/MS methods adopted by PDA. Upon comparison, concentrations of acrylamide in these products were similar to those analyzed in other countries.

Keywords

acrylamide;food;monitoring;french fries;potato

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