AGQ Labs is a food testing laboratory that offers an array of services for food contaminants. The food industry is full of regulatory and industry requirements that require farmers and food producers to partner with a food testing laboratory. AGQ Labs provides these services with the most advanced techniques, is accredited at the highest international level, and is staffed with experts that are able to offer unique solutions to improve processes in product conservation and regulatory compliance.
AGQ Labs was founded as an agronomy company and specializes in agricultural chemistry. AGQ Labs combines it's focus in agricultural chemistry and specialized chemical engineering to bring great value to the agricultural sector.
We are experts in monitoring plant-soil-water systems.
We are one of the world's leading laboratories and technological centers. AGQ Labs has more than 20 years of experience in advanced analytical testing, agronomic consulting, specialized engineering, and environmental project management. We deliver profitable and sustainable solutions to the world's leading companies and institutions in the agricultural, food, environmental, mining and industrial sectors.
AGQ Labs has differentiated itself from other laboratories by using state-of-the-art instruments to perform services rapidly, accurately, and cost effectively designed for our customers' needs paired with our superior customer service for our customer needs. Through our international and accredited network of laboratories we get to the root of the problem finding the most reliable, sustainable and valuable solution.
In the United States, we focus on agronomy and food safety serving the agricultural and food industries. Our agronomy services help farmers minimize their impact on the environment with our Crop Nutritional Services while our food safety services help farmers and food companies ensure their food is comply with regulations across the globe.
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