Chemir Analytical Services - Delivering Emergency Services to the Food Industry

St. Louis, MO (PressExposure) April 16, 2009 -- Chemir Analytical Services is proud to announce the expansion of their emergency services department supporting food and beverage manufacturers and processors. When quality problems occur within a food and beverage processing, manufacturing or distribution center, Chemir Analytical Service's scientists are available around the clock to solve the problem.

Chemir Analytical Services offers custom investigations that help companies confront crises such as contamination, packaging failure, product recalls and more. Analytical chemists utilize state-of-the-art instrumentation to solve difficult problems such as unknown materials or contaminants, off-colors, off flavors or off-odors and packaging leaching.

"When faced with a production shut-down or recall, food processors need quick and reliable answers to get things up and running again as quickly as possible," said Eric W. Uffman, Ph.D. and Director of Technical Services for Chemir Analytical Services. "By having our services available on nights and weekends, our clients are ensured efficient and accurate answers."

In addition, Chemir Analytical Services partners with board-certified toxicologists when situations involve alleged harmful or toxic chemical contaminants. This understanding of chemical toxicity, along with Chemir's analytical investigations results in a full toxicity risk assessment report.

The laboratory facilities at Chemir Analytical Services are FDA registered, ISO 9001:2000 certified and cGMP/GLP compliant. Chemir scientists are also available to provide expert witness and litigation support services.

About Chemir Analytical Services

About Chemir Analytical Services
Chemir Analytical Services solves challenging problems involving chemical analysis and material testing. Since 1959, this independent laboratory has solved thousands of issues involving material analysis, contaminant and impurity identification, deformulation (reverse engineering), formulation, product failure analysis, analytical method development, patent, intellectual property and other legal challenges for nearly 7000 clients. The scientific staff of 35, including 10 Ph.D. level chemists, employs state-of-the-art analytical instrumentation and expert interpretations to assist such industries and food and beverage, polymer, plastic, packaging, paints and coatings, personal care, consumer products, specialty chemicals and more. For more information, visit

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Press Release Submitted On: April 15, 2009 at 4:43 pm
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