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Full of beans: NMR spectroscopy confirms coffee

An international team from Colombia and Germany has demonstrated how to use NMR spectroscopy to identify adulteration or contamination of coffee beans based on country of origin, a useful tool in the fight against food fraud in a high-value market.

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