We know your bottom line depends on our top-of-the-line dairy testing services. For your dairy component and milk quality testing needs, as well as individual bovine and herd health, we provide the most advanced and efficient wet chemistry analysis to exceed quality standards. With labs and logistical solutions across the US, we’re your local food safety partner wherever you are.
Kombuchas, Kefirs, and other probiotic and fermented beverages require special attention as these types of matrices contain complex microbiological environments requiring special testing methods. Chinchilla Scientific is proud to be a leading testing laboratory for probiotic testing, partnering with many probiotic suppliers to run strain-specific enumeration procedures.
Whether it’s for pale ales, malts or porters, beer testing is used to determine the quality of brews throughout the brewing processing. For more than 7,000 years, man has been brewing beer. Today the process is done on a large scale commercially and a small scale by many home brewers. No matter the size of the operation, the process for brewing is the same.
Pesticide residue testing is a process that identifies the pesticide residue levels in food products through an in-depth chemical and microbiological analysis that gives food manufacturers and producers confidence in their product ingredients.
Processed Food Testing
The U.S. department of Agriculture (USDA) defines a processed food as one that has undergone any changes to its natural state – that is any raw commodity subjected to washing, cleaning, milling, cutting, chopping, pasteurizing, cooking, canning, freezing, drying, packaging, or any other procedure that alters the food from its natural state. During all these processing steps, the chemical composition of the initial raw material can be dramatically altered.
The Federal Meat Inspection Act (FMIA) requires that all meat sold commercially be inspected and passed to ensure that it is safe, wholesome, and properly labeled. The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is responsible for providing this inspection.
Maple & Honey Testing
Pure honey is taken from the hive and gently filtered to remove all nasties (dirt, pollen, dead bugs), before being packaged. Raw honey however is taken directly from the hive without any filtration and placed into its packaging.
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