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Fera and Waters Open International Food Safety Training Laboratory
Date:1/22/2013

bines the respective regulatory and scientific expertise of both organisations. The Fera IFSTL draws on Fera's extensive expertise as world leaders in the application of analytical chemistry to food safety testing and as the UK National Reference Laboratory for chemical contaminants in food, pesticide residues and veterinary drug residues.

Fera Chief Executive, Adrian Belton , commented, "We welcome this opportunity to be able to pass on our expertise in food analytical testing. This is underpinned by over 30 years scientific experience in the area, together with detailed knowledge of current and emerging regulations, and internationally recognised quality standards.  All of our food analysis work is carried out in modern laboratories by highly trained scientists, using state-of-the-art analytical equipment."

The Fera IFSTL is being launched as part of an international network of food safety training laboratories aimed at raising standards of food safety testing globally. The first IFSTL was opened in the United States in September 2011 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, University of Maryland and Waters®. The training facilities in the network will coordinate and share expertise. As new facilities are added to the network, they will do the same, increasing knowledge and the use of global best practices.

Said Waters Corp. Executive Vice President Art Caputo : "We are very pleased to partner with Fera in establishing this lab near York. We believe that this collaboration will lead to better science and technology, and this in turn will help us raise the bar on food safety. We know the scale of this challenge requires us to address it globally, which is why we are excited to expand the IFSTL network."

As part of the collaboration with Fera, Waters helped establish the laboratory's construction, provid
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