Portland, OR (USA), February 20, 2020
Pixis Labs/ Columbia Food Laboratories merge names to become Columbia Laboratories.
Please welcome Columbia Laboratories as the Pacific Northwest’s latest brand for high quality analytical testing. Formerly known collectively as “Pixis Labs” and “Columbia Food Laboratories,” the new name more accurately reflects their consolidated mission to support public health and safety though expanded testing options.
In 2015 both long-standing Portland labs joined the global Tentamus Group. With the support of their international partners, they have overhauled operations; investments in new technologies, updated infrastructure and a new management dedicated to the highest standards of quality and customer service.
Columbia Laboratories’ will continue expansion of their core service lines; food safety, nutritional analysis, water quality and nutraceutical testing, with quicker turnaround times and larger capacity.
Columbia Laboratories’ list of accredited testing options under their ISO 17025: 2017 and TNI accreditations has been on the forefront of that expansion.
“We will continue to support our client’s with outstanding services and support as we have done for decades,” said Derrick Tanner, general manager of Columbia Laboratories. “Rebranding showcases our lab’s comprehensive capabilities, proud history, and unwavering standards.”
From cannabis compliance to nutritional fact labeling, Columbia Laboratories applies EU standards of quality control and review to assure accurate data and reliable reporting. Our services include microbiology, nutritional analyses, pesticide and residues testing, environmental testing, cannabis compliance, seed to sale hemp supply chain testing, safety and quality management.
Columbia Laboratories provides quality analytics to the Northwest and beyond for consumer safety through consistent applications and accurate reporting.
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