Laboratory testing is the most effective way to control and monitor the quality of food produced and sold.


Food safety

The protection of human, animal and plant health is a priority for public health and ensuring a high level of safety for the consumer throughout the food chain is a priority for the food sector. This protection covers all stages of food production from breeding to consumption (from field to table).

The way forward is regulated by European Union legislation based on food law and cooperation with the World Health Organisation (WHO). Monitoring of the legislation in force is made possible by the fact that the European Union market is a single market with the same standards of conduct and the same regulations.

This also allows cooperation on the alert system within the International Food Safety Authority Network (INFOSAN), which ensures the rapid transfer of food information between all authorities at national and EU level.

The basic principles of EU policy to enhance food safety are:

actions to protect public health;
risk analysis and independent scientific advice;
the possibility of identifying the origin of all products;
unambiguous food information;
clearly defined responsibilities for all participants;
the food production and distribution process;
training and education;
regular checks.
Badania procesów przy produkcji

EU food standards

The maintenance of EU food standards is ensured by constant and regular official controls carried out by Member States. These are carried out by independent bodies and cover all elements of the agri-food chain. They use the latest technologies and methods including laboratory testing and analysis.

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Quality control of the food sold

Laboratory tests are the most effective way of controlling and monitoring the quality of food produced and sold. These tests are carried out under a strict regime enforced by the European ISO 17025 standard and their accreditation confirms the competence of the laboratory and the reliability of the results obtained.

Each laboratory, upon receiving samples for testing, registers them by assigning them a unique number, which then allows them to be identified at each stage of testing. Once the analyses have been carried out, the results are communicated in a way agreed by the client that guarantees the confidentiality of both the client and the results obtained.

Legislation applicable to the sale of food

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When talking about food quality, it is important to remember that current legislation imposes an obligation on both the producer and the distributor to ensure the safety of food products at all stages of production, transport storage and sale.

What defines food quality are legal regulations and quality management systems based on them: GMP/GHP, HACCP, BRC, IFS, etc.

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