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Randox Food Diagnostics strive to increase customer confidence by improving food safety globally. Our unique patented biochip array technology and high quality ELISA test kits are leading the way for drug residue testing.

Randox Food Diagnostics is an associate of Randox Laboratories who have 30 years’ experience in the diagnostic market and a devoted research and development team. Randox Food Diagnostics is a dedicated company responsible for the distribution of Randox drug residue kits, wine testing kits and analysers worldwide. Our versatile range of kits include our extensive list of drug residue ELISA and biochip array technology products, as well as our dedicated testing kits for wine analysis.

Randox Food Diagnostics are improving food safety globally, through the manufacture and supply of high quality, cost effective and reliable screening solutions. Supporting the direct sales arm are a strong, reliable and experienced distributor network. If you feel your business fits this description, fill in the quick contact form below and a member of staff will be in touch.

Meat & Seafood Analysis
There are several different types of veterinary drugs used in meat and seafood cultivation to reduce mortality and improve production. Within the livestock industry the various types of drugs include growth promoters and synthetic steroids to produce leaner meat, anthelmintics and coccidiostats to combat parasitic worms and flukes, and in both the meat and seafood industries, bacterial infections are treated with antibiotics. Within the aquaculture industry triphenylmethane dyes are often used for the treatment of fungal and protozoal infections. Residues of these drugs are highly regulated in food production. 

Randox Food Diagnostics provides reliable and economical screening methods to monitor antimicrobials, growth promoting compounds, synthetic steroids, anthelmintics, coccidiostats and triphenylmethane dyes. For further information on each of our meat & seafood ELISA's and arrays, click on the links below.

Dedicated Antimicrobial Screening for Honey
Randox Food Diagnostics are a global leader in Honey antimicrobial screening platforms. Our screening solutions provide excellent tools for the quantitative analysis of a vast number of antimicrobials in honey.

Randox Food Diagnostics offer multi-analyte honey screening with the unique patented Biochip Array Technology and a wide range of high quality ELISA assays. For further information on each of our ELISA and arrays, click on the on the links below.

Enzymatic Wine Testing Solutions
The science behind winemaking is known as oenology. A key part of the process involves enzymatic testing for a wide number of parameters to ensure quality is maintained in every bottle of wine produced.

Randox Food Diagnostics provide two instruments for wine analysis, the first being the semi-automated RX monza which is the perfect solution for wineries bringing testing in-house. The second is the RX monacowhich is an efficient, cost-effective upgrade to a fully automated analyser.

Precision detection of drug residues in milk
Consumer confidence is underpinned by a strong reliance on effective raw milk and milk powder screening methods.  Randox Food Diagnostics have been leading the way in providing reliable, simple to use and less labour intensive methods for the screening and detection of antimicrobials and anthelmintics in milk.

High quality ELISA test kits and a unique multi-analyte screening platform, provide a vast range of tests for these antimicrobials and anthelmintics present in milk. All assays are produced to the highest standard and offer excellent reliability with exceedingly low limits of detection.For further information on each of our milk ELISA's and arrays, click on the links below.

High Quality, Reliable Urine Analysis
Urine sample applications offered by Randox Food Diagnostics provide excellent tools for screening of antimicrobial and growth promoting compounds. Competitive limit of detections and simple sample preparations are offered across both a range of ELISA tests kits and multiplex biochip platforms using the unique patented Biochip Array technology. Generally the urine sample will only require a simple dilution prior to application. The urine dilution buffer is also provided in each screening kit to ensure no additional buffer preparation is required to carry the protocol.For further information on our urine screening ELISA and array tests, click on the links below.

Detection of Mycotoxins
Mycotoxins are a group of naturally occurring metabolites produced by certain moulds. They can grow on a variety of different crops and from a food safety perspective, mycotoxins can cause a variety of adverse health effects in humans. Our screening solutions provide excellent tools for the quantitative analysis of Mycotoxins using both the unique patented biochip array technology and a high quality ELISAs. For further information on each of our Mycotoxin screening ELISA's and arrays, click on the links below.

Upcoming events

  • Beecome 2016, Sweden: 11th – 13th March
  • Borscan International Dairy Development Summit 2016: 10th – 11th March
  • Honey Fest, Romania: 19th – 20th March
  • Arab Lab, Dubai: 20th – 23rd March
  • 4th Duxes Dairy China Summit, Beijing, China: 13th – 15th April
  • Seafood Global, Brussels, Belgium: 26th – 28th April
  • EuroResidue, Netherlands: 23rd – 25th May
  • PIX/AMC 2016, Australia: 29th – 31st May
  • IDF/ISO Analytical 2016, Copenhagen, Denmark: 20th May – 3rd June
  • World Mycotoxin Forum, Winnipeg, Canada: 6th – 9th June
  • Sitevinitech, China: 8th – 10th June
  • 7th Grain Tech, India: 26th – 28th August 2016
  • AOAC, USA: 18th – 21st September 
  • International Honey Conference, Turkey: 27th – 30th October
  • Mugla Congress, Turkey: 1st – 5th November
  • VIII Congreso Nacional de Apicultura, Granada, Spain: 3rd – 5th November

 

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