ALT, based in Newbridge, Co. Kildare is pleased to announce new accreditations in Nutritional Chemistry. These new testing services are a first on the island of Ireland and will be considerable assistance to customers in terms of service level improvement and reduced turnaround times
The new Nutritional accreditations include the following matrices:
– Soups, Broths and Sauces
– Fish, Shellfish and Molluscs
– Fruit and Vegetables
– Pet Foods
Billy Coleman of ALT said today ‘These new testing services further strengthen the range of nutritional testing services that can now be offered on the island of Ireland for the first time and reaffirm ALT’s commitment to continually rolling out new and improved testing services to our customer base. These are exciting times in ALT and we hope to announce significant further infrastructural developments very soon’.
ALT is pleased to announce new accreditations in Microbiology and Nutritional Chemistry. The new Microbiology accreditations include additional Salmonella and Listeria service offerings. The new Nutritional accreditations include Meat Content and Added Water which is a first for these testing services on the island of Ireland
Billy Coleman of ALT said today “These new and exciting developments reaffirm ALT’s commitment to continually rolling out new and improved testing services to our customer base. I would like to offer a special word of thanks to our exceptional team of technical experts in all our laboratory divisions for their continued efforts to bring more and more testing services in house and I hope to announce further developments in this area in the coming weeks.”
TESCO Laboratory Approval (TLA) Scheme Scope of Approval Lab Rag Score: GREEN
MARKS & SPENCER Independent Supplementary Audit (ISA) Laboratory Certificate of Compliance Lab Performance Level: GOLD
INAB Certificate of Accreditation
Advanced Laboratory Testing Ltd was established in Newbridge, County Kildare in February 2013 to provide microbiology and chemistry testing services to the food industry in Ireland.