Pesticide Residues (multi-residues) in Olive Oil (virgin) Quality Control Material

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Product Specification

QC/RM information
Product Code Material Matrix Approx. Size


Olive Oil (Virgin)

50 g


Azoxystrobin, Bifenthrin (sum of isomers), Bromopropylate, Chlorpyrifos (ethyl), DDT-pp, Dimethomorph (sum of isomers), Fenthion-sulfone, Methiocarb-sulfone, Methoxyfenozide, Omethoate, Oxyfluorfen, Piperonyl butoxide, Tefluthrin

Validity Date


Test Description

This quality control material can evaluate your testing ability for a range of pesticide residues within olive oil. From this, it is important to ensure only high-quality test results are offered to your customers and regulators alike.

Pesticide Residues are used extensively across a range of crops, including olive oil. These are used with the goal of maintaining high-quality produce by controlling disease and pest impacts on crops. Through good farming practises levels of pesticide residues are usually low and under safe levels. Yet as farmers come under increasing pressure to satisfy growing demand for more expensive products such as olive oils, poor farming practices may increase levels of pesticide residues exposed to consumers. This must be controlled through the use of effective quality control measures.

Olive oil has extensive research into its health benefits, with a larger proportion of monounsaturated fatty acids compared to other substitutes. As such it is in large demand with consumers, from which to ensure only high-quality testing methods are used to ensure your customers enjoy credible, repeatable test results

Fapas quality control materials make use of real food matrices to provide direct comparisons to your current routine analysis activities. This is vital to ensure only high-quality testing practises are employed by your laboratory to achieve the highest standard test results possible.

Through activities such as staff training and instrumentation validation Fapas quality control materials make a significant impact within your wider quality assurance practises to safeguard your high-quality testing ability.

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