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Neonicotinoids in Honey

The use of neonicotinoid pesticides has increased significantly since the introduction in the 1990s. Currently, they represent a quarter of the world’s insecticide market. By eliminati ... Continued
Glyphosate in Honey

Glyphosate residues in honey

Glyphosate (“Roundup”) is a non-selective herbicide used since 1974 in many countries worldwide. Lately, there is an emotional discussion in the media (related to the prolongation of the ... Continued

Sensitive Detection of Antibiotics

We are pleased to offer you our new ultra method for the antibiotic streptomycin. The LC-MS/MS method completes our “ultra-package” – we are now able to offer our antibiotic methods wi ... Continued

Publications about Alkaloids

Alkaloids are usually not intentionally added to foods, they occur naturally in plants. Even natural plant constituents are not always harmless for humans – prominent examples are pyrr ... Continued

Publications about Adulteration

Economically motivated adulterations are a worldwide problem for the food trade. High-quality raw materials are stretched with inferior goods, the real origins are obscured or in the case of ... Continued

Mineral oil residues in Matcha teas

Laboratory analyses have shown that numerous Matcha teas contain mineral oil residues. For a long time, packaging materials made from recycled materials were considered the main cause. Accor ... Continued

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