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Food Allergen

Food Allergen Testing

How It Works

Ordering your Food Allergen Testing is easy. Just follow these 4 easy steps....

select payment

Select Payment

When you are ready to order, just add your
quantity to the shopping cart and check out on
our secure website.

Or, if you'd prefer one of our team members
can take your payment over the phone

Complete laboratory form

Fill out Lab Information form

After we receive your payment, we’ll email you our Lab Product Information Form.

Please fill out the form and include it with your samples. Click here to see an example.

Send samples and completed form

Ship your Samples and Form

You will need to ship 2oz of finished product to our lab (address provided)

Fedex or UPS / 1 or 2 day air
No glass containers, please
If refrigerated, pack with cold packs
Include your completed Lab Information Form.

we email files

We’ll email your results

You’ll receive a lab report showing your results and an explanation from our senior chemist.

Please Allow 12 business days.

QUESTIONS? If you have questions at any time during the process, just give us a call 7-days-a-week!

What You Get For $200

food allergen testing and report

Food Allergen Testing & Report

We conduct a complete analysis to detect any traces of specified allergen in our certified lab. You will receive your results in a PDF file 100 gram nutrition report.

detailed allergens explanation

Detailed Explanation

Also included in the report is an explanation of your findings by our senior chemist.

Some of Our Happy Clients:

rockstar energy drink Paradise Bakery and Cafe Chiquita Golden Edibles Keylime Redbrick Pizza Cafe Dr. Oz Show Dirt Road Gourmet

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Is the cost $200 for all the allergens I want to test for?

No, the $200 food allergen test will be for one allergen. If you want to test for more allergens, the cost will be an additional $200 for each. 

Is this test necessary to confirm the presence or absence of allergens for my product using laboratory analysis?

If any of your ingredients contain any allergens, you should use the same assumptions in your recipe.  If you suspect the presence of allergens, you should have this test done on your final food product.  Especially if you are trying to promote the fact that your product does not have any of these allergens present.