Full Spectrum Molecular Analysis
HRI’s novel Full Spectrum Molecular Analysis method is transforming the food and agricultural sectors by revolutionising product development, production process design, quality control and quality assurance.Let's talk about your project
Untargeted metabolomics enables HRI to comprehensively, globally, and quantitatively inventory the molecular composition of food, ingredients, medical herbs, supplements and wide of a range of other bioactive materials.
Chemical Residue Testing
Pesticide Residue Testing - 220+ Pesticides, including glyphosate. Vet Multi Residue - 130+ Drugs and 25+ Antibiotics.Order a Glyphosate Test
Benchmarks - The gold standard: testing to less than 10 nanograms per gram.
Sensitivity - 10 to 100 times greater sensitivity than most government and industry labs.
Tested Clean champions the elimination of toxins from food, enabling consumers to buy with confidence and brands to highlight their organic credentials whilst differentiating from competitors by ensuring products are laboratory tested, using the most robust pesticide testing program in the United States.Find out more
HRI is proud to announce its partnership with Tested Clean as its laboratory of choice.
We have pioneered the application of PCR and other molecular methods for quality assurance, traceability, authenticity and diagnostics in the food and agricultural space for over 30 years.
Saliva-based PCR test for SARS-CoV-2, high sensitivity, low false positives and false negatives, non-invasive, cost effective and more accessible.
Research & Development
We partner with academic researchers, corporations, non-profits, legal and medical experts, advocacy groups and citizens. We help NGOs, lawyers and physicians harness scientific evidence to shine light on issues often hidden from the public.
HRI specialises in customized R&D. HRI develops fast, cost effective quality assurance tests that can be used routinely to verify integrity and quality of a product or it’s ingredients. Routine QA testing and novel QA method development