Laboratory analyses have shown that numerous Matcha teas contain mineral oil residues. For a long time, packaging materials made from recycled materials were considered the main cause.
According to current knowledge, however, processing machines that use lubricants, for example, can also be a source of contamination and contamination. There is currently no limit value for mineral oil residues (MOSH value) in foodstuffs.
Would you like to make sure that your products do not contain any impurities or contaminants? Our food laboratories routinely carry out residue analysis using state-of-the-art technology.
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Dr. Yvonne Pfeifer
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