Mineral oil contaminations in cardboard


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SpeedExtractor E-916: Optimization of pressurized solvent extraction (PSE) for the rapid and efficient determination of MOSH and MOAH in cardboard

Many food samples are often contaminated with mineral oil coming from different sources. One possible source of contamination is the migration from cardboard packaging made of recycled fibres. The main sources of contamination are the inks coming from newspapers entering the recycling process, as well as the printed surfaces of the packaging.

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