FoodChain ID Testing was one of the first laboratories, in 2000, to receive accreditation for GMO quantitative and variety screening. The accreditation process involves inspection of FoodChain ID Testing’s laboratory facilities and auditing of laboratory quality systems, operational procedures, and qualifications of FoodChain ID Testing scientists. The accreditation process also includes evaluation of an extensive set of validation data for each method accredited. FoodChain ID Testing methods are accredited to ISO/IEC 17025, the leading international standard for testing laboratories, which demonstrates a high level of confidence in testing quality and technical proficiency.