Trilogy Releases Aflatoxins in Pea Protein Quality Control Material
Press Release: 7/26/2022
For Immediate Release
Trilogy Analytical Laboratory is excited to announce the addition of Aflatoxins in Pea Protein to their line of quality control materials.
Trilogy Analytical Laboratory announces the addition of a contaminated pea protein powder containing Aflatoxins B1, B2, G1 and G2 to their line of Quality Control Materials.
“As industries continue to diversify their ingredient lists by using alternative sources of proteins, such as pea protein powder, Trilogy wants to make sure that we provide the necessary tools to help ensure accurate mycotoxin testing. Food and feed safety is top priority for us at Trilogy and we closely monitor new and emerging ingredients to help mitigate mycotoxin contamination risks in anyway we can,” says Jordon Bierbaum, Trilogy Vice-President of Operations.
The new pea protein flour is a fortified quality control material containing Aflatoxin B1 and is non-detect for Aflatoxins B2, G1 and G2. It is a ready-to-use training tool, ideal for method comparisons, method validations, intra laboratory comparisons, inter laboratory comparisons, method bias indicators, verification of laboratory performance and method troubleshooting.
Trilogy is a food and feed safety laboratory specializing in mycotoxins, mycotoxin binder analysis, biogenic amines and animal drug residue testing. Trilogy Analytical Laboratory opened its doors in 1999 when its founders recognized a need in the mycotoxin industry for quick result turn-around utilizing reliable reference methods provided in an analytical setting. One of the main pillars of Trilogy’s strategy is to operate using a comprehensive quality program that we can rely on to ensure performance parameters are met every single time. From this philosophy the Trilogy line of quality products was born with the mycotoxin industry in mind.