A community is a group of
analytical scientists in a specific scientific area or discipline with a need
for analytical methods -- more specifically and more importantly, the need to
have confidence in analytical results and the need for methods that are
fit-for-purpose. Examples of analytical communities are food safety and food
security communities, food allergens, veterinary diagnostics, and dietary
supplements. It can also be international groups or government agencies, such as
the U.S. FDA, USDA, or EPA.
AOAC's Analytical Communities are:
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