Recent developments in spectroscopy and chemometrics have allowed NIR technology to expand its capabilities. NIR is now commonly used to analyze products ranging from food and agricultural samples to pharma, soil, plants, and more. Traditional and proven analysis on agri-food samples for protein, fat, moisture, fiber, and ash is no longer the only application. Emerging industries including plant-based food, hemp and cannabis, nutraceutical, and more have also seen the benefits of using NIR to optimize production and improve laboratory throughput.
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