Food Sampling

To determine whether a product is safe or whether it has any dangerous contaminants, additions, marked ingredients in the proper quantities, and stated nutritional values, one must sample the item. It undergoes physical analysis as part of this process. Anyone can conduct this analysis, including producers, officials, and the general public. This process consists of two steps: sampling, in which the laboratory receives the chosen sample amount, and sun-sampling. The typical examinations carried out during the sampling include:

  • Melamine contamination testing
  • Microbiological tests
  • Spiral plating for bacterial count
  • Pesticide residue testing
  • Veterinary drug residue testing
  • PCR food testing

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