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Topic 1.3.1 IA Implementation of analytical tools and digital technology to achieve traceability, authenticity control of traditional Mediterranean foods (Section 1).. Topic 2.3.1 RIA Extending shelf-life of perishable Mediterranean food products (Section 2). Topic 2.3.2 RIA Enhancing horizontal and vertical integration in Mediterranean agro-food value-chains (Section 2)
NAME OF ORGANISATION:
Bursa Central Research Institute of Food and Feed Control
Central Research Institute where I work is the only Research Institute expertised on Food and Vegetal Products under Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry in Turkey. My unit is named as ''vegetal products''. we are conducting quality analysis of foods and vegetal products as well as honey adulteration. Sugar content by HPLC-RID, Salt, Protein, Ash, Cellulose, Dry Matter,Fat, Acidity, Diastase activity, Starch, Color, Brix, Density take place among the analysis that we conducted.
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ORGANISATION:
Central Research institute of Food and Feed Control affiliated to MFAL (Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock) provides lab services with its qualified staff works in team spirit and has principle based on to fulfil customers’ requests on time with a trustable and objective manner. The aim of our Institute is to extend our skills and be leader by following technology.
Our customers consist of firms in private sector, provincial directories of MFAL established in Bursa and nearby cities where activities of food industry and agricultural production is very common and directories of other public organizations. In accordance with mission given by MFAL; Our Instution implements research and analysis services of food, feed, water and fishery products. Our Institution aims to provide the most qualified, quick and trustable services to our customers and improve strategies focused on customers. Samples dispatched to our institute are classified as import, export, control, private request and other control samples. Our staff implements research projects on food sector by working especially together TAGEM, TUBİTAK, universities and private sector.
By making a decision that all affiliated laboratories must be accepted as an accredited laboratory; MFAL started a pilot practice which five control laboratories are firstly going to be accredited and assigned our institute is one of the first five control laboratories. In accordance with this duty; appointed staff started work in 2001 to establish a quality management system. ISO 9001:2000 certificate is given to our institute by TÜV in 2002 and procedures done by our staff provided a basis for accreditation.
Our institute has been accredited according to TS EN ISO/IEC 17025 standard by Turkish Accreditation Agency since 2004; and the number of accredited analysis has been increasing year after year. Accreditation of our institute provides advantages which are reason for being preferred by customers, easiness for national and international trade of goods and prestige in sector. Our institute have led other affiliated laboratories of MFAL for accreditation.
Our quality journey began by being a member of KALDER (Turkish Quality Association) in 2008 and implementation of EFQM excellence model has been started. Our institute was rewarded with “Quality Success Award of Bursa” in 2009 and it was the first laboratory rewarded with this award in Public and private sector laboratories.
Analysis classified as import, export, control, private request and other control samples are implemented by using appropriate technology in our accredited institute. Also, R&D services are implemented on food and feed. Thus, our institute provides a huge contribution for society to consume more qualified, safe and healthy food.
We have 12 different units from microbiology to pesticide analysis in our institute. If you are seeking for a partner We can be good partner for you!!!
The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area will devise new R&I approaches to improve water availability and sustainable agriculture production in a region heavily distressed by climate change, urbanisation and population growth