Member of Tentamus - Visit Tentamus.comLaboratory for food and pharmaceutical analyses in Bremen. We analyse honey, coffee, tea, agave syrup, hemp and cannabis, also und GMP conditions.

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YOUR EXPERT IN HONEY, COFFEE AND TEA ANALYSIS

Analysis of honey and bee products such as propolis, royal jelly and beeswax

Honey and Bee Products

Analysis of agave syrup

Agave Syrup

Analysis of coffee, cocoa, cappuccino, instant coffee

Coffee and Cocoa

Analysis of tea, herbal tea and fruit tea

Tea, Herbal- and Fruit Teas

hemp containing food

Hemp containing Food

Analysis of pharmaceutical raw materials

Pharmaceutical Products

Quality Services International GmbH – a Tentamus company

As an accredited laboratory, which is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratory equipment, as well as experienced, continuously trained specialists, QSI can provide a comprehensive range of analyses for foodstuff which is focused, among other products, on honey, coffee, tea and herbal drugs and pharmaceutical raw material according to Pharmacopoeia.

Our GMP-certificate is a perfect addition to our services. Therefore we are a reliable and officially authorized partner for production, trade and export as well as associations and institutions when it comes to product safety, hygiene and quality control.

In addition to physico-chemical tests, our more than 60 years of expertise also includes sensory tests by trained panels, declaration tests, consulting* as well as training and audits.

Thanks to our unique full-service group of companies under the umbrella of the Tentamus Group, we are able to offer complete analytics and innovative solutions for national and international requirements of external quality control – even for special requests.

QSI – a lab for life.

* Consulting services do not fall within the scope of accreditation.

Memberships and cooperation

QSI is an active member of the following associations and working groups: Honig-Verband, Deutscher Teeverband, Deutscher Kaffeeverband, BLL, GDCh/LChG, DIN Kommitee: Honig, Kaffee, Tee, AOAC International, F.E.E.D.M., International Honey Commission, NHPDA, EIHA

Cooperations and memberships of QSI in associations and societies

All News

Oxymatrine – since 1st July 2021 classified as pesticide in the EU

Since the beginning of 2019, the scope of the comprehensive pesticide screening by GC-MS/MS, LC-MS/MS (> 600 parameters) at QSI (outsourced within Tentamus Group to bilacon GmbH, lab codes 88500, 88550) also includes matrine and oxymatrine. Both substances are alkaloids that occur naturally in plants of the Sophora family. Sophora is a genus of about
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NMR Honey ProfilingTM Update Version 3.0

In recent years, reliable and sensitive NMR analysis of honey has gained tremendous importance worldwide and has firmly established itself as a powerful tool in quality control and for authenticity testing of honey. In addition to the sensitive detection of foreign sugars (targeted/non-targeted), NMR analysis can be efficiently used to confirm the variety and geographical
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Analysis of heavy metals and trace elements

Contaminants such as heavy metals are not purposely added to a food product, they are considered impurities. Heavy metals get into our food through various ways, e.g. they are assimilated by plants and animals from the environment or represent an undesirable side effect in the processing of food. Many heavy metals can be harmful to
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Which best before date shall I apply?

You want to place your product on the market, but you don’t know your product´s shelf life? Through our storage tests we support you in checking your product. Storage at elevated temperatures accelerates the aging of food. Thus, for example, by storing at 40 °C, you will receive a statement after only 3 months as
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Coconut blossom sugar – a new sweetener

Coconut blossom sugar is obtained from nectar of the coconut palm and has become increasingly popular in recent years. This leads to increased demand and quality control. The popularity of coconut blossom sugar can be traced back to its lower glycemic index compared to conventional household sugar. The glycemic index indicates how quickly the blood
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