DNA Analysis & Cross-Contamination
What is DNA Analysis?
DNA Analysis is a determination of cross-contamination or missing DNA containing ingredients.
DNA is found in meat proteins such as chicken, pork, beef, insects, rodents, dogs, cats, etc. DNA is also found in fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts and seeds. DNA is not found in extracts, oils or synthetic ingredients.
DNA analysis defines the existing components of a product and how they may differ from ingredients listed on a label.