NMR in association with multivariate chemometrics methodologies has been successfully employed in the quality control in industry. Quality control is particularly important in drug and pharmaceutical industry (Figure. 1). Pharmaceutical products have to be of high quality due to a number of reasons, such as identity of the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) and the levels of impurities. 1H-NMR serves as a means to detect and quantify residual solvents such as methanol, DMF, petroleum ether and dioxane in products. In terms of extensive experience in quality control, Creative Biostructure has developed a set of NMR based screening tools for quality control in various industries such as food, beverage, drug and pharmaceuticals.