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Species Testing - Now available on Meat

Species testing is now offered by Agrifood Technology on various meat and food products. 

“Do you really know what’s in your meat – is beef really 100% beef?”

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Agrifood Technology gains GAFTA accreditation

Agrifood Technology has recently been granted accreditation by The Grain and Feed Trade Association (GAFTA) as an approved laboratory for analysing grain under the GAFTA laboratory accreditation scheme.

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Metabolisable Energy Testing for Feedlots

FeedTest provides Fodder testing to the standard Australian Fodder Industry Association (AFIA) recommended formulas and methods.

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The New Triple Stage Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer

Agrifood Technology is proud to introduce the addition of another state-of-the-art instrument to its existing array of highly sophisticated analytical instrumentation in the Food Safety laboratory, the Thermo Fisher LC-HESI-MS/MS Triple Stage Quadrupole (TSQ) Mass Spectrometer (MS) system.

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Agrifood WA - Specialists in Agro-nutritional Services

For many years Agrifood Technology has offered its customers analytical services on grain, flour, fresh produce and food products. Agrifood Technology WA has expanded its test scope and now offers an extensive range of Agro-nutritional services.

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Lime Testing - Now offered by Agrifood WA

Soil acidity (low pH) is a serious concern across large areas of rural Australia, over 65% of the WA wheat belt experiences soil acidity issues.

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Carbendazim fungicide in Orange Juice

Carbendazim is a broad-spectrum fungicide widely used around the world to control fungal diseases in crops. Traces of carbendazim have been found in orange products imported from Brazil to the USA, where carbendazim spraying is banned.

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