Arsenic is a toxic metal known to cause adverse health effects in humans and animals. Arsenic is present in different forms, the most toxic of which is inorganic arsenic. Consequently, most food safety regulations are established for inorganic arsenic species as opposed to total arsenic. Juice, rice products, and baby foods are examples of products that are commonly tested for inorganic arsenic to ensure compliance with established regulations.
Inorganic arsenic often has stringent action levels that typically range from 100 ppb to 10 ppb. These regulations are most commonly unique to the type of product and the country it will be sold in. AGQ's ISO-17025 accredited method based on HPLC-ICP-MS gives clients the data they need to determine compliance with relevant inorganic arsenic regulations.
What can AGQ Labs do for you?
AGQ Labs has been testing inorganic arsenic, both in foods and in drinking water. The technique utilized is High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC-ICP-MS), which is unquestionably today’s state-of-the-art instrumentation for this type of analysis.
In our lab located in Oxnard, California, we use the most advanced techniques to test the levels of inorganic arsenic in food, water, and baby food. The main goal of our experts is to provide you with the most accurate results and in-depth technical support
Our deep knowledge of testing inorganic arsenic and our 11 years of experience make us the best choice.