The time required for any sample analysis depends on factors like the type of tests/parameters involved in the analysis, the time required for sample preparation, the test method being followed, the current workload and the schedule followed by the lab.
A microbiological analysis can take anywhere from 3 to 10 days, whereas Chemical or instrument analysis can take 2 to 10 days. At times, confirmation tests and repeat tests are also conducted before finalising the results.
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Nutritional value refers to contents of food and the impact of constituents on body. It relates to carbohydrates, fats, fat profile, proteins, minerals, additives, enzymes, vitamins, sugar intake, cholesterol, fat and salt intake. Nutritional information is to be displayed on the food product as per the Food Safety and Standard Authority of India (FSSAI) guidelines.
FSSAI stands for Food Safety and Standards Authority of India. Food Safety and Standards Authority of India is an autonomous body established under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. The FSSAI has been established under the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, which is a consolidating statute related to food safety and regulation in India. More can be read on https://www.fssai.gov.in/
NABL stands for National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories. It is an accreditation body, with its accreditation system established in accordance with ISO/ IEC 17011. More can be read on https://nabl-india.org/
BIS is the National Standard Body of India established under the BIS Act 2016 for the harmonious development of the activities of standardization, marking and quality certification of goods and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. More can be read on https://bis.gov.in/
Shelf life of a product is the length of time a product remains stable, fit for consumption or saleable. Shelf life must be mentioned on the product packet as a regulatory requirement. Different factors like packaging, the manufacturing process, ingredients and storage conditions affect the shelf life of the product.
Multiple tests are conducted to determine the shelf life of a food or pharmaceutical product by examining how the product changes over time and other environmental factors. The tests include chemical, analytical, sensory and microbiological parameters. A well conducted stability study ensures that the product quality will remain stable throughout the period.
Qualified and experienced chemists and microbiologists will analyse the samples under the guidance of our expert technical supervisors.
Yes. The identity of each sample of each customer will be protected by Qualichem Laboratories during analysis.
Yes, the customer can place a request for getting the remnant sample (if any) post analysis.
This request must be placed at the time of sample submission.
A sample intimation letter is a letter providing the information
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Payment can be made via cash, cheque, DD, RTGS/NEFT. Bank details are as follows:
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STATE BANK OF INDIA
Account No: 10983997216
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Yes, every individual sample is a separate entity and a separate report will be issued for the
same. In case of a project, the report format will be different.
Yes, Qualichem Laboratories undertakes sampling activities. Please email us on
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Yes, Qualichem Laboratories provides training to graduate and post graduate students on an
ad-hoc basis currently. Structured training programs will be conducted in the future.