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  • Quality: Overview proficiency tests

    Proficiency tests, independent controls of a laboratory’s analysis quality, are part of Primoris’ everyday operation. The past months Primoris participated in the following proficiency tests:

    • FAPAS: pesticides in honey
    • Proof-ACS: pesticides in baby food
    • FAPAS: pesticides in in basmati rice
    • EURL-FV: pesticides in egg plant
  • Primoris hops on the virtual bandwagon

    As the corona pandemic deadlock continues for well over a year, a lot of commercial activities and networking opportunities had to be replaced by a digital counterpart. As a result, we were forced to organise our annual seminar in the form of two international webinars, which saw attendees from over 15 countries. As organising a real-life seminar will still not be possible, we will soon invite you to a new Primoris webinar.

  • Food safety and product quality remain priority in challenging 2020

    Last year was incredibly challenging in every way and Primoris has remained fully operational during the corona pandemic, in order to continuously guarantee food safety. Even though we faced numerous challenges in 2020, we could note that the corona pandemic did not affect the attention to quality assurance, product quality and food safety. This was visible in the large number of new customers that found their way to Primoris. Furthermore, we have analysed 9% more samples last year in comparison to 2019 and we performed 7% more analyses on said samples compared to 2019.

   

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  • Scope extension of LC-MS/MS multi residue methods on 1 March

    On Monday 1 March, we activate a substantial expansion of our LC/MS-MS multiresidue methods. Thanks to this expansion, we assure maximum safety regarding the current legislations and directions in terms of food safety and we offer you analytical methods that are in line with the actual needs of the market and that are relevant for your products.

  • Lowering of reporting limit to 0,01 mg/kg for analyses on ethylene oxide

    Since Monday 26 October, Primoris can support you with accredited analyses to quantify ethylene oxide in food and feed. Samples that are registered as from Tuesday 10 November for ethylene oxide analysis will be reported with a reporting limit of 0,01 mg/kg

  • Service of Primoris during corona crisis

    UPDATE 27 October 2020Belgium is currently dealing with a second wave of the coronavirus. For the moment, this new wave has no impact on our activities and we will do everything within our power to ensure the continuity of our services to our customers. It goes without saying that we take all necessary safety and hygienic measures to assure food safety on a daily basis.

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