Around the world, our international network of accredited laboratories provide reliable, standardized analytical chemistry testing services to ensure the quality of your food products.

Mérieux NutriSciences’ analytical chemistry testing teams bring a deep understanding of nutritional chemistry and current food industry regulatory requirements to your new product development, quality control programs and safety analyses.

Commonly tested food matrices

  • Meat
  • Fish
  • Dairy
  • Water
  • Beverages
  • Fruit and vegetables
  • Cereals and nuts
  • Ingredients and additives
  • Animal feed
  • Finished products
  • Food contact material

Our chemistry testing labs supply fast turnaround times and expert data interpretation to help ensure product quality.

We use a wide array of instrumentation and technologies, such as LC-MS/MS, GC-MS/MS, real-time PCR, HPLC and more, to provide expert testing for all types of food contaminants and residues. We also offer specialized services for allergens, animal species detection, and GMOs.

If you're developing a new product, reformulating an existing one we can partner with your R&D teams and quality experts to meet your business needs.

Food manufacturers, restaurants, caterers, and retailers worldwide recognize Mérieux NutriSciences as a trusted partner in food nutrition testing.

Looking for another type of test? Ask about the full range of testing capabilities available in our analytical chemistry portfolio.

Contact us for more information on how our ISO-accredited chemistry testing labs may be able to support your quality and safety programs.

Mérieux NutriSciences' Food Science Center, located at our flagship laboratory in Crete, IL., offers a full portfolio of research services to help ensure product stability, quality, and safety - from concept development to retail shelf. The Food Science Center is equipped with cutting-edge technologies, state-of-the-art testing methods and innovative solutions to get your product and process to market faster. Learn more about the Food Science Center and watch this short video.