One-Stop Lab testing solution for food products

We help you manage all your lab test results all in one platform and streamline the liaising process

Test Parameters:
(units in ppm or mg/kg)

  1. Arsenic
  2. Lead
  3. Mercury
  4. Antimony 
  5. Tin
  6. Cadmium
  7. Aluminum
  8. Chromium
  9. Manganese
  10. Molybdenum 
  11. Selenium
  12. Copper

Minimum sample mass: 20g for sample prep (one-time) + 20g for each individual metal thereafter. Example a test for Arsenic, Lead and Mercury will need: 20g + 3 X 20g = 80g

Lead time: 7 days

Test Parameters:

  • Enterobacteriaceae (CFU/g)
  • Escherichia coli (CFU/g)
  • Clostridium perfringens (CFU/g)
  • Staphylococcus aureus (CFU/g)
  • Listeria monocytogenes (CFU/g)
  • Salmonella (Detection in 25g)

Minimum sample mass: 20-30g/microbes

Lead time: 4 days

Test Parameters:

Aflatoxin (B1, B2, G1, G2, M1, M2)
Type A & B Trichothecenes
Ochratoxin A
Fumonisins (B1, B2 & B3)
Ergot Alkaloids

How does Shelf-life testing work?

The purpose of Shelf-life testing is allow consumer to know when will your food start to accumulate a dangerous level of microbes. 

How does Shelf-life testing work?

Shelf-life testing typically test for  “W” microbes, over “X” period of time, every “Y” interval under “Z” condition.

“W”, “X”, “Y” and “Z” variables are to be determined by the food business owner.

Example of these variables:

“W” = List of Microbes Tested: 

  1. Enterobacteriaceae
  2. Escherichia coli 
  3. Clostridium perfringens 
  4. Staphylococcus aureus
  5. Listeria monocytogenes
  6. Salmonella 

“X” = Intended Duration of Storage: 1 year 

“Y” = Interval of Testing: every 1 month

“Z” = Conditions: chilled (0-4degC)

Minimum sample mass: depends

Lead time: depends


Test Parameters:

ß-Lactoglobulin (BLG)
Egg White
Pine Nut

What is Nutrition Information Panel:

It is the measurement of the nutritional content of food. The nutritional information calculated includes everything from energy to fat and protein content. The nutritional panel includes 14 parameters as required by Singapore Food Agency.

Why nutritional panel:

Nutritional panel is a legal requirement of food regulators worldwide. Furthermore, it gives your customers an overview of the nutritional profile of your product and allows them to make informed decisions on the product to meet their health requirements.

Test results:

  1. Energy
  2. Moisture
  3. Ash
  4. Protein
  5. Carbohydrate
  6. Total Fat
  7. Saturated Fat
  8. Monounsaturated Fat
  9. Polyunsaturated Fat
  10. Trans Fat
  11. Cholesterol
  12. Dietary Fiber
  13. Sodium
  14. Total sugar

Minimum sample mass: 300 grams

Lead time: 5-7 days


Test Parameters:

Cyclamates (as cyclamic acid)
Steviol Glycosides (as steviol)

What is vitamins & minerals testing:

The objective of this test is to quantify the amount of naturally occurring vitamins & minerals as well as synthetic vitamins & minerals in processed food.

Why vitamins & minerals testing:

This test helps to make sure that the information about your vitamins and minerals are accurate. Also, it helps to ascertain whether the vitamins and minerals are at the appropriate levels, as specified by national and international regulations.

Test parameters:


  1. Biotin (Vitamin B7)
  2. Folic acid (Vitamin B9)
  3. Niacin (Vitamin B3)
  4. Vitamin A
  5. Thiamin (Vitamin B1)
  6. Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
  7. Panthothetic acid (Vitamin B5) 
  8. Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6)
  9. Vitamin B12
  10. Vitamin C and erythorbic acid
  11. Vitamin D2/D3
  12. Vitamin E
  13. Vitamin K, Total K1/K2


  1. Calcium (Ca)
  2. Copper (Cu)
  3. Iron (Fe)
  4. Magnesium (Mg)
  5. Manganese (Mn)
  6. Phosphorus (P)
  7. Potassium (K)
  8. Sodium (Na)
  9. Zinc (Zn)

Additional details required:

  1. Vitamins/Minerals that you would like to test for 
  2. What is the test method that you are looking out for (If Any)

Minimum sample mass: Depends on the vitamins/minerals that you are testing, we will advise accordingly

Lead time: 5-7 days


What is proximate analysis:

A method, which determines the values of the macronutrients in food samples. It measures the proximate composition of foods which includes moisture, ash, lipid, protein and carbohydrate contents.

Why proximate analysis:

It is a cheaper way to get an overview of the nutritional profile of your product. Generally, it is used during the product development phase and in manufacturing process to ensure the nutritional quality of the end product.

Test parameters:

Crude Fat
Crude Fibre
Total Carbohydrate

Minimum sample mass: 100 grams

Lead time: NIL


What is amino acid profiling:

A method to determine the absolute amounts of individual amino acids in your product. This method can be applied to samples containing both free amino acids as well as peptides or protein samples after hydrolysis into amino acids

Why amino acid profiling:

It is frequently used in the research and product development process to quantify different amino acids. This gives you insights into making specific adjustments to reach the desired amount of amino acids.

Test results:

  1. Alanine
  2. Arginine
  3. Asparatic acid
  4. Cystine
  5. Glutamic Acid
  6. Glycinin
  7. Histidine
  8. Hydroxyprolin
  9. Isoleucine
  10. Leucine
  11. Lysine
  12. Methionine
  13. Phenylalanine
  14. Proline
  15. Serine
  16. Threonine
  17. Tyrosine
  18. Valine

Minimum sample mass: 10 grams

Lead time:

5-7 days


What is PDCAAS :

It is a score that relates to a protein’s quality based on human amino acid requirements and the ability to digest the protein. A higher PDCAAS value for a consumer product means a higher percent daily value (%DV).


It is a score to quantify the level of protein and its bioavailability in relation to human daily requirement. It will be the test to differentiate your protein product from others.

Test results: PDCAAS Score

Minimum sample mass: 100 grams

Lead time: 2 weeks


Test Parameters:

Sulphur dioxide
Benzoic acid
Methyl para-hydroxy benzoate
Sorbic acid
Sodium nitrite
Sodium nitrate