Food matrices contain wide variations in their chemical composition, making them susceptible to matrix effects and interferences during examination. As a result, sample preparation and analysis methods for testing contaminants in foodstuffs frequently need to be adapted to a particular food matrix. This can influence laboratory productivity and costs. Additionally, analyte lists continue to evolve, complicating sample cleanup and potentially changing reporting limits.
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