Food Adulteration

Products are very often adulterated by reason of economical considerations, e.g. for cost reasons. The result is a product of less quality.

The varying prices and availability of food products from different origin provide opportunities for the incorrect declaration of food components, both from a quality and quantity point of view.

A good example is the admixture of much more low priced cow’s milk to high-quality goat and sheep milk products.

The admixture of food adulterated additives is regulated legally on national and international levels and strong controls are therefore demanded.

Our product offer includes some tests for the detection of cow’s milk in sheep or goat milk products.

–  Milk Adulteration

– Cheese Adulteration

– Wheat Adulteration