Food and nutritional testing has been Microchem’s main business for almost 10 years, and with our vast knowledge and technical expertise, there can hardly be a food product or raw material that we have not analysed in our laboratory.READ More
Over 1600 food microbiology samples are submitted to the food testing laboratory in a week, encompassing analysis for a wide range of microbial spoilage, bacteria and indicator organisms in a variety of food products, raw materials, finished products and ingredients.Read More
Microchem now offers pesticide residue analyses to South African fresh fruits bound for the export markets. We provide a high-quality professional service with quick result turnaround times.Read More
Microchem Lab Services (Pty) Ltd is an independent, SANAS accredited testing laboratory. We are an authoritative provider of a comprehensive range of chemical and microbiological analyses and related services to the food and non-food industries.
Our laboratory is equipped with the latest technology and operates under stringent quality standards, ensuring accurate and reliable results. Our staff are highly skilled and knowledgeable and provide a fast, friendly and efficient service.
Our objective is to provide a comprehensive range of analyses for the food related industries under one roof. We continuously add new methods and tests as the market evolves and new client needs are identified.
Our specialists provide consultation on the assessments and advise on environmental hygiene management programmes, interpretation of analytical results and advice on nutritional analyses, as well as assistance with pathogen management in production facilities.
As a result of the ever-evolving Covid-19 pandemic, the maintenance of hygienic conditions within food manufacturing facilities are essential in protecting both personnel health an
The last few weeks has been unprecedented, with the developments around the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak that is exponentially changing how we live and work and has a growing im
On Sunday 15th March, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a National State of Disaster to enable the government to introduce measures to fight the spread of COVID-19 within South A