Primoris focuses on food ingredients such as glucosinolates, quercetins and carotenoids. For these three food ingredients we offer the possibility to analyze on project basis. The results can be helpful for determining the value of your product or rest product but also for sowing seed companies and plant breeders.

Legislation

There is actually no legislation in place for food ingredients such as glucosinolates, quercetins and carotenoids.

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Analysis methods

Primoris’ analyses are mainly based on gas and liquid chromatography. For carotenoids, glucosinolates and quercetins we use the LC-UV.  

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Sample matrix

Food ingredients are very wide spread. Primoris focuses on food ingredients such as glucosinolates, quercetins and carotenoids. 

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Certified by

Primoris started as a spin-off of the Belgian University of Ghent and has built up quite some experience in research and projects. This makes Primoris an ideal partner for special analyses which demand a project-oriented approach.

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Summer holidays: we stay open!

The summer months are in the air. If you are soon leaving for holidays, we wish you a pleasant and enjoyable time off. Also during the summer months you can continuously count on the services of Primoris.

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Primoris … for a better world

Primoris is aware of its social role and as a specialised lab for residue and contaminant analysis in the agri-food sector it contributes to an improved food safety. Nonetheless, Primoris wants to go one step further and give back a little extra to society together with our customers and employees.

Legislation: non-renewal of approval of the active substance iprodione as from 5 March

Due to the commision implementing regulation (EU) 2017/2091 of 14 November 2017, the approval of the active substance iprodione will not be renewed as from 5 March 2018.

Launch of highly reliable analyses on mineral oil hydrocarbons in food

As from Monday January 29th, we extend our services with highly reliable and accredited analyses of the mineral oil hydrocarbons (MOH) in food:

  • MOSH: mineral oil saturated hydrocarbons
    • POSH: polyolefinic oligomeric saturated hydrocarbons (closely related to MOSH. POSH & MOSH are always reported together)
  • MOAH: mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons