We, who are a group of researcher from public research institution in Turkey can support to your projects as public institution and from a mediterranean country, all of us have experience both international and national research activities therefore we will be reliable partner.
What we offer,
We are expert on the plant based products, their quality analysis(sugar(HPLC RID), protein,fat analysis etc), recovery of food waste and by-products, food additives and their analysis by HPLC-UV-DAD.
We routinely perform analysis of food additives, food contaminants, and mycotoxins with HPLC (DAD and FLD detectors) and LC-MSMS. In addition we can implement analysis of water and fat soluble vitamins and amino acids for research projects.
In our Biotechnolgy lab,
We cover the whole process of the food biotech research in our lab especially our expertise are related to the bioreactors and any related analysis of it.
In our milk and dairy products lab,
Operating as part of the Bursa Central Research Institute of Food and Feed, our dairy product analyses department has particular expertise in analyzing raw milk, dairy products including yogurt, cheese, and ice cream.
On one hand we currently perform such physicochemical analyses as dry matter, protein, fat, ash, chlorid, acidity etc. on the other hand we are capable of microbiological testing, hormone and antibiotic residue parameters for milk and dairy products.
What we are looking for, coordinators to submit a project related to
Topic 1.3.1 (IA) Increase adherence to the Mediterranean diet as a sustainable pattern including environmental, social and health aspects
Topic 2.3.1 (RIA) Increasing the resilience of small-scale farms to global challenges and COVID-like crisis by using adapted technologies, smart agri-food supply chain and crisis management tools
Topic 1.4.1 (IA) Leveraging knowledge on the Nexus management of Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystems resources in the Mediterranean region: from concepts to practical solutions
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.
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.
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.
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
The PRIMA programme is an Art.185 initiative supported and funded under Horizon 2020, the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
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