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Food safety has become an important public health issue and food testing laboratories play an important role in keeping you safe from health hazards. In recent years both intentional and unintentional adulteration has become high-tech and state-of-the-art testing laboratories can help to detect these adulterants. Therefore one of the functions of the food testing laboratories is to test foods for

  • Adulterants
  • Pathogens
  • Pesticide residues
  • Chemical contaminants like heavy metals
  • Microbial contaminants
  • Non-permitted additives, colors etc.

Vegetable Testing Laboratory

Fruits and vegetable testing services provides evidence that maximum residue limits (MRL's) should not exceed. These tests analyzes the fruits and vegetables for content of pesticides that can be harmful for health of consumers. This tests also provides basic nutrients composition present in the fruit or vegetable. The Fruits and Vegetable Testing includes testing of grape, mango, sugarcane.


Labs supporting the Agriculture industry perform a variety of tests on soil, water, air, food products, and agriculture products. InfoLIMS supports these labs with a series of tools that improve their data collection, processing and reporting capabilities – including data parameters for geo tags and soil depth. InfoLIMS allows for flexible customization of workflows and sample management in batches, lots, or both for efficient throughput. Users can group data results together in the database for easy retrieval, or store digital images alongside results for better documentation.

  • Pesticide Testing Laboratory:

    Pesticide testing help farmers to provide an abundance of nutritious, all-year-round foods, which are necessary for human health. Pesticide Testing helps in improving the productivity & quality of food, it also to protect the crop from losses/yield reduction which directly helps farmers to produce safe, quality foods at affordable prices.

  • Seed Testing Laboratory:

    Seed testing is used in agriculture to avoid some of the hazards of crop production by furnishing the needed information about different quality attributes like purity, moisture, germination and health etc.

  • Soil Testing(Chemical) Laboratory:

    Soil pH is the most common & important measurements in standard soil analyses. Various soil chemical and biological reactions are controlled by the pH of the soil solution in equilibrium with the soil particle surfaces.


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