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Experts in Analytical Services

Food & Feed

Pesticide Residue Analysis and other food Contaminants. Analysis of alimentary Additives. Analysis of Mycotoxins and Aflatoxins . Analysis of Nitrofuran.

Agriculture & Environment

Soil testing and foliar analysis. Irrigation water analysis. Substrate and fertilizer analysis. Analysis of phytosanitary products. Water analysis. Analysis of residues.

Beauty, Wash & Care

Cosmetics, personal care and cleaning products need to be effective yet dermatologically and environmentally harmless.

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LAB | Bio-clinical Analytical Laboratory


LAB was founded in 2003 as a spin-off company from the Universities of Almería and Granada. Currently, we are part of Tentamus Group, a prominent international network of laboratories.

LAB’s headquarters are located in Almería, at the Scientific and Technological Park PITA. We have a branch office in Huelva (Industrial Park La Gavera). These are two strategic locations where we carry out analytical services linked with the food sector, agriculture, environment, and Biosecurity and Hygiene.

Our laboratory works under the ENAC accreditation and it holds several quality standard certifications. LAB’s team is constituted by specialized professionals in different fields: Microbiology, Chromatography and Physical-Chemical Analyses. Our experts will advise and guide you during the whole process.

 

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Is there a health risk from pesticide residues on cut flowers?

To prevent cut flowers from being eaten by pests while they are still growing in the fields or greenhouses, they are often treated with pesticides to protect them. The use of pesticides is permitted. But what does this mean for consumers who have such flowers at home?   New evaluations from the BfR have been ... Continued

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