QTS –The Pesticide Residue Specialists
At QTS Tentamus we pride ourselves on setting new standards. Not only were we at the forefront of illegal dye analysis and the driving force in developing new technology to provide an industry-leading turnaround, we also offer first-class customer service.
We are a situated in the Garden of England, close to many fruit and vegetable producers and importers, who we have been serving since 2003. Starting with a handful of analysts we have since grown and our team now boasts 5 analysts with a combined experience of over 60 years and counting.
Since 2015 we have become members of the Tentamus Group of Testing Laboratories and with our network of experts in Europe and worldwide we are able to provide services and advice on a vast array of food and feed related analysis.
We are able to provide our excellent services to the far reaching corners of the United Kingdom and beyond and are happy to co-ordinate any testing with our partner labs. Get in touch to see how we can help you with your Quality Assurance requirements in a personable, professional and efficient way.
We are your port of call for fast turnaround, high quality residue analysis without skimping on the service.
Our team is here for you!
What our customers say about us
“Prompt and efficient service, willingness to help and to provide advice at short notice”.
“Fast efficient service”
“Always very prompt to respond to calls or emails”
“It appears that you are always very important to them so it is a very personal service”.
“Always very helpful with respect to analysis, sample shipment, advice, etc.”
“Always get very quick response times and analysis, sometimes even quicker than turnaround expected!”
“Flexibility, friendly advice, service that goes beyond just analysing pesticide residues.”
“Always able to respond promptly and provide the necessary detail to any queries raised.”
“Very helpful team who is always prompt polite and a pleasure to deal with.”
Tentamus QTS Analytical is a UKAS accredited testing laboratory working to ISO 17025 and meets the European Union guidelines for pesticide monitoring. To externally verify the reliability of our methods we regularly participate in proficiency testing schemes, such as FAPAS.
Member of the Fresh Produce Consortium