Archive for the ‘food safety’ tag
OMIC USA Inc. recently participated in the annual meeting of the American Association of Cereal Chemists International. The company was represented by DNA laboratory manager Dr. Chong Singsit and technical sales representative Eric Coultas, who attended the show from October 15-19.
The Annual Meeting focuses on seven “key scientific initiatives” that provide members with relevant information, strong scientific content, and significant opportunities for disseminating research findings in an effort to increase the quality of research.
Those key scientific initiatives are:
- Analytical methods & quality
- Biotechnology & sustainability
- Cereal & polymer chemistry
- Engineering & processing
- Food safety & regulatory
- Health & nutrition
- Ingredients & cost of goods sold
Singsit and Coultas are looking forward to next year’s meeting, which will be held in Hollywood, Florida.
Every year, OMIC USA Inc. adds newer and more powerful means of accomplishing the food safety and analytical testing our clients need. This year, all areas of our lab have undergone new growth and development.
Take a look at our newest additions:
Pesticides & Herbicides
- Azadirachtin – 0.01ppm
- Saflufenacil – 0.01ppm
- Benthiavalicarb-Isopropyl – 0.01ppm
- Fluopicolide – 0.01ppm
- Binapacryl – 0.01ppm
- Mesotrione – 0.01ppm (MAFF)
- Boscalid – 3ppm (MRL-MAFF)
- TEPP – 0.01ppm
- Ipconazole – 0.01ppm
- Isotianil – 0.3ppm (MAFF)
- All tests conducted using HPLC-MSMS methods
- B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, E
- Dairy (Casein)
- E-coli (0157:H7)
- Listeria (Genus)
- Listeria Monocytogen
For Immediate Release
Contact: John Lupean, Lab Manager
Phone: 503-223-1497 ext: 13
A Fresh Look At Food Safety
Oregon-based food safety laboratory adds new testing that simplifies the sometimes-confusing world of food quality and consumer safety.
PORTLAND, Oregon – April 5, 2010 - Amidst the recent media hype around foodborne illness and massive product recalls, one analytical laboratory is taking a stance to shed new light on the often confusing and little known world of food testing and safety. OMIC USA Inc., an industry veteran that has helped deliver safe products to the world market for over a decade, is determined to heighten awareness of food safety issues among producers and consumers alike.
In response to an increasing number of food recalls and growing concerns among consumers, OMIC USA Inc. has added additional offerings to its strong lineup of tests to meet consumer demand. These new areas of testing now include 1) allergen testing for soy, wheat, dairy, peanuts, and tree nuts, as well as 2) PCR-based microbiological testing to ensure safer consumer products.
OMIC USA Inc. has a long history of fighting on the front lines of consumer safety and is the recipient of analytical certifications from highly respected international organizations. Specializing in Pesticides and Herbicides, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), Microbiology, and Nutrition testing, the company has helped countless farmers, processors, and packagers deliver safe food to tables in more than a dozen countries.
“Understanding how food safety works doesn’t have to be difficult,” explained Mathew Ladd, Sales and Marketing Representative for OMIC USA Inc. “People just need a good source that is simple to use and interact with. We’ve spend months listening to client needs and developed a great resource with our new website that addresses many concerns about getting commercial products tested.”
Food testing encompasses all areas of supply, from farmers to major brand retailers selling processed products. In all cases, there is a need to practice safety measures that ensure consumers are receiving the safest goods available. Independent testing laboratories like OMIC USA Inc. are imperative for making such practices possible and for maintaining a higher standard of accountability that is important for every producer.
About OMIC UCA Inc.
Offering analytical food testing since 1992, OMIC USA Inc. is an independent analytical testing laboratory comprising leading scientific minds and state-of-the-art instrumentation for detection and reporting of potentially harmful contaminants. To learn more about food safety and practices, certifications, or general information, please visit our website at www.omicusa.com or contact us by phone at 503-223-1497.
OMIC USA Inc.
3344 NW Industrial St., Portland, OR 97210