Organic Food Testing:

Organic food should be free from synthetic chemicals and regulated with strict guidelines. Organic food should not only be chemical-free, but should be grown without artificial pesticides and fertilizers. The organic food testing helps in finding out about the presence of these pesticides and fertilizers.

Dairy Products Testing:

Dairy products testing includes analysis of milk, cheese, other dairy products, as well as products containing ingredients derived from milk, cheese, and other dairy products. These tests are done to determine ash, alkalinity, dispensability, fat, milk fat, Lactose, Milk Solids, Non – fat, moisture, minerals, Microbiological tests, Protein by Kjeldhal method, Combustion, solids (total) in milk, titrable acidity and vitamins.

GMO Food Test:

Cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops has increased significantly around the globe over the last decade. This escalation in production has been combined with synchronous and  complex regulatory approval process, necessitating testing agricultural and products for GM content to regulate international trade. GMO (genetically modified organism) testing confirms the identity and nature of the product at every step along the supply chain and assures compliance with import or labelling regulations for genetically modified food and feed.

Gluten Free Food Test:

Gluten is a complex protein found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale. For celiac disease, a gluten-free diet is solely medically accepted care. If a person is wheat intolerant, he/she might suffer from the inflammatory skin condition due to wheat exposure, if the person is gluten intolerant. Gluten-free food tests are done to know about the amount of gluten present in food.

Pesticide Residue Analysis:

For agricultural products, Pesticide Residue Analysis is significant component to ensure human safety as pesticides control insects and pests to increase crop production. Pesticide residue analysis tests are done to identify and quantify the residues from very complex food matrices.

Nutritional/Food Labelling:

“Nutritional Facts” label was initiated globally as part of the regulations. In September, 2008 The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare made it compulsory for packaged food manufacturers to declare nutritional facts on their labels. The label makes consumers aware  of the quality, quantity, contents and nature of the food. It also provides information on the source of the food.

Other Food Test & Analysis:

  • Vitamin D, Vitamin E (low level), Niacin, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12
  • Phosphorus, Iodine, Potassium
  • Thiamine B1, Riboflavin B2, Biotin, Vitamin B6
  • Pantothenic Acid, Magnesium, Copper, Zinc
  • The lab offers additional testing for trace metals


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