Diversified Labs is now FoodChain ID Testing

Independent Analytical Laboratory – ISO 17025 & USDA Accredited for Pesticides, PCBs and Antibiotic Residue

For over 40 years, FoodChain ID Testing has been an independent USDA and ISO 17025 accredited analytical laboratory specializing in the detection of pesticide and other chemical residues in food and feed products.

By providing complete pesticide and PCB residue monitoring and testing solutions, and staying up-to-date with constantly changing regulations, FoodChain ID Testing helps its clients comply with legal and regulatory requirements to protect their business.

FoodChain ID’s experienced staff and advanced technology provides its clients with cost effective, rapid and accurate results.

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The FoodChain ID Difference

FoodChain ID Testing is internationally known and trusted by industry and government regulatory agencies as a provider of scientifically reliable testing services of food products.
Our experience and expertise in methods and procedures allows us to streamline processes, minimizing delays and expediting food exports and imports.

FoodChain ID Testing is in contact daily with the major stakeholders in the global food system, allowing us to offer industry-leading expertise on regulatory developments, market trends, and technological advances intimately.

Advantages of working with FoodChain ID

  Tests a wide range of samples including multi-ingredient, processed products

  Protects against false positive and false negative results

  Provides a full range of food safety and integrity testes to suit your needs

  Offers expedited turn-around time options

  Selects the most efficient, cost effective approach

  Connects to a global network of laboratories for standardized testing methods and consistent results

  A dedicated team of technical and regulatory specialists follow your sample from start to finish


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