Lab Testing Service

Bia Analytical offers a number of laboratory-based authenticity tests to support those involved in the herbs and spices supply chain

ISO 17025 accredited tests

Oregano, Basil, Thyme, Rosemary, Sage, Parsley, Mint, Paprika, Coriander, Fennel, Cumin, Turmeric, Saffron Powder, Ginger, Garlic, Chilli Powder, Black Pepper, White Pepper, Cinnamon/Cassia

Waiting to be accredited (created using the same methodology and process as our ISO 17025 accredited tests)

Coriander Leaf, Saffron Threads, Tarragon

NEW Common Wheat flour

Typically, we require a minimum of 10g of sample for analysis but recommend supplying up to 30g to provide a representative sample. For saffron powder a minimum of 0.5g is required.
 

Turnaround time is typically 3 working days from receipt of sample to issuing of Certificate of Analysis.

 

Ambient Mass Spectrometry

Bia Analytical is delighted to announce the roll out of ground breaking technology for meat authenticity analysis that will empower businesses to make quick decisions and maintain provide additional confidence in the integrity of their products.

Developed over a 10-year period by Professor Chris Elliott and his team at the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast, the technique known as Ambient Mass Spectrometry (‘AMS’) not only can identify the species of meat, but it can also identify the breed, where the meat was produced, whether or not it is organic, and its maturation and even eating quality. All of these parameters contained in a single test truly represent a ground-breaking advance.

Shipping Address: 

Bia Analytical Ltd

School of Biological Sciences

Queen’s University Belfast

14a Lennoxvale 

Belfast

BT9 5BY
 

For a quotation and shipping details, please contact us.

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