The production of beverages and food is subject to strict food safety regulations. Despite tight controls and far-reaching quality control measures, the migration of foreign particulate matter into food cannot be excluded completely along the supply chain, whether through harvest-related entry, processing, production or packaging processes, or through the storage and transport of goods.
In order to safely prevent further contamination of the derived products, both the type and source of contamination must be clearly identified.
In the event of customer complaints, a plausibility check of the respective foreign particles by analytical comparison is useful.
The SGS INSTITUT FRESENIUS has many years of experience in the identification of unknown particles, foreign bodies or deposits that indicate deviations in the production process of food and beverages.
We are eminently familiar with analytical tasks in the field of food contact materials (FCM) with respect to cleanliness analysis and the characterization of released particles or outgassing substances.
Using modern testing methods, we identify foreign particulate matter and other contaminations and support you during the troubleshooting process.
A comprehensive range of powerful analytical methods allows us an unambiguous characterization of the foreign particulate matter.
SGS INSTITUT FRESENIUS GmbH
Königsbrücker Landstr. 161
t +49 351 8841-200