Animal feed means products of vegetable or animal origin, in their natural state, fresh or preserved, and products derived from the industrial processing, for animal feeding. These can be premixtures, complementary feeding stuffs with a high content of a certain substance, complete feeding stuffs, additives or just products that are meant for animal feeding.
Animal feed is an important part of the products that Primoris analyzes. Our experience with this product makes us a reliable partner; both in analyses as in support.
Legislation on feed for the European Union is described in directive 2002/32/EC. This is a different legislation than that is applicable for food for human consumption
We are very well suited to be your partner in analyzing your animal feed products in terms of mycotoxins, pesticides and other contaminants.
Primoris is certified in Belgium by Ovocom, the Belgian consultation platform for the animal feed chain.
Are you active in the animal feed sector and are you interested in our services? Please contact us!
Proficiency tests, independent controls of a laboratory’s analysis quality, are part of Primoris’ everyday operation. The past months Primoris participated in the following proficiency tests:
- BNN: pesticides in tomato passata
- Sciensano: mycotoxins in rusk
- DRRR: mineral oils in cocoa butter and cholocate
- FAPAS: pesticides in milk powder
- Proof-ACS: pesticides in sweet pepper
- Relana: pesticides in babyleaf lettuce
- FAPAS: heavy metals in dried herbs
- FAPAS: pesticides in parsley
- FAPAS: MCPD in vegetable oil
On Monday 1 March, we activate a substantial expansion of our LC/MS-MS multiresidue methods. Thanks to this expansion, we assure maximum safety regarding the current legislations and directions in terms of food safety and we offer you analytical methods that are in line with the actual needs of the market and that are relevant for your products.
Since Monday 26 October, Primoris can support you with accredited analyses to quantify ethylene oxide in food and feed. Samples that are registered as from Tuesday 10 November for ethylene oxide analysis will be reported with a reporting limit of 0,01 mg/kg.
UPDATE 27 October 2020 | Belgium is currently dealing with a second wave of the coronavirus. For the moment, this new wave has no impact on our activities and we will do everything within our power to ensure the continuity of our services to our customers. It goes without saying that we take all necessary safety and hygienic measures to assure food safety on a daily basis.