For processing companies, products that are used are must first of all be compliant with demands. Most of the time the products suppliers offer are tested before any kind of processing. Secondly, the processed products can be analyzed. Processing companies are very strict in being compliant to legislation and processing products literally changes the products.
Primoris has a lot of experience with processing companies and therefore can support these companies in different ways. This goes from choosing the right analyses to supporting the companies in various other ways such as interpreting the results.
Primoris has a lot of experience with processing companies. In general, we follow the legislation that is applicable to the product.
Analyses for processing companies can mainly be divided into two parts.
Already for many years, Primoris is a preferred partner for (inter)national processing companies and our competence fits the needs of this market perfectly.
Are you a player on the market of processing companies and are you interested in our services? Please contact us!
Primoris is part of relana, the quality circle of a dozen European labs concerning analysis of pesticides and contaminants. Earlier this year Primoris saw a relana audit and received excellent feedback. In the first place the lab shows a high and stable level of quality and furthermore, the auditors were impressed with the competence of our staff.
Legislation | Inorganic arsenic in cereal, rice and babyfood
On 06/03/2023 the European Commission published regulation 2023/0465 regarding the maximum levels of inorganic arsenic in certain foods.
As of now we will analyse maleic hydrazide (MH) using LC-MS/MS instead of UV, resulting in faster and more precise results.
Scope update LMS - February 2023
We are constantly following up on the demands of our customers and the market in general, while keeping a close eye on the evolutions of the residue legislation. As a result we continuously adjust our scope in order to keep offering you relevant and qualitative methods. As of Monday 20/02/2023 we will implement another expansion of our LC-MS/MS multiresidue methods, introducing six new components which will all be reported according to the current residue definition.