Guide to… Testing: what you need to know

Posted: 21 August 2018 | | No comments yet

With technology changing minute by minute, you need testing services that you can rely on, whatever your supply-chain needs. The team at Ifp answer key questions on the services they can deliver, why they’re so important and how they can help your business.

Guide to Testing 4 2018

What are the main areas that you can test for?

Allergen testing has been one of our core competencies for more than a decade now, as has vitamin testing. From these areas we have grown our portfolio year after year, in order to be able to offer our customers in QA/QC the wide range of ISO 17025 accredited services they ask for. Our expertise covers food, food contact materials, pet food, drinking water, and pharmaceuticals. Today, about one-fifth of our staff is based in the microbiological department. Other important areas are molecular biology (for rapid pathogen testing, GMO detection, meat authentication) as well as the analysis of pesticide residues and a broad range of food contaminants, including MOSH/MOAH, based on state-of-the-art chromatographic and mass-spectrometric methods.

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