Salamon & Seaber carries out a wide range of analyses for testing the commodities used in the manufacture of compound animal feeding stuffs. These include Soya Bean Meal, Palm Kernel Extraction, Sunflower Seed Extraction, Rapeseed Extraction, cereal by-products, and animal by-products such as Fish Meal, Meat & Bone Meal, Poultry Meal, Feather Meal, compound feeds, pet foods, bird and other wild animal foods etc.
Salamon & Seaber is a member of GAFTA Trade Assurance Scheme (GTAS) (Laboratory No. 001) as an approved analyst, certified by NSF-CMI Certification Ltd. Membership of the Scheme is important for all companies operating in the international grain and feed trade and provides independent assurance to those in the chain of supply.
As a GAFTA Approved Analyst we operate in accordance with GAFTA rules, testing the quality and condition of goods. To maintain approval an analyst participates in GAFTA ring testing schemes.
Other standard methods of analysis such as those of the AOCS and AOAC are also used to check or verify product quality.
The major analytical methods used in the analysis of these commodities are included in our "UKAS schedule of accreditation".
We also carry out the following analysis
We are able to determine the presence of the following undesirable substances as listed in The Feeding Stuffs (England) Regulations 2005, (S.I. 2005 No. 3281), and amendments
Other undesirable substances are sub-contracted to our trusted, UKAS accredited partner laboratories.
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