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Welcome to QSI America!
Experts in honey and agave syrup testing

Honey and bee products

Agave Syrup

Consulting & Training

QSI America – a Tentamus company

Global Service. Same Quality.

Our 14,000 sqft laboratory is located in Corona, California and operates since more than 17 years in the field of quality assurance.

At QSI America, the quality control of Honey and Bee Products is our specialty and we pride ourselves on our ability to facilitate large scale operations while still being able to provide personable quality service to our customers.
We are proud to show our roots which are based in QSI, Bremen, Germany. We took all more than 50-year knowledge and brought it to Corona, California to support the American market and offer high end solutions to your analytical needs in products such as Honey, Beehive Products, Agave Syrup.

We belong to Tentamus Group, a network of 55 laboratories worldwide and growing. Our network allows us to encompass a broad spectrum of services. As a group, we are your one stop shop for all your testing needs!

Feel free to contact us! We would be happy to answer any questions and provide advice concerning Honey product safety, hygiene, and quality control.

Lates News

TentaMedix becomes official testing laboratory for medical devices

Karlsruhe: Animal free biomcompatibility testing of medical devices achieved ZLG recognition – Succesful Re-Accreditation according to ISO 17025:2018 On the 18th of December 2019 the Tentamus company TentaMedix GmbH received the official recognition document and listing by ZLG as testing laboratory according to the guideline 93/42 EWG, 90/385/EWG and DIN ISO/IEC 17025 for biological and ... Continued

Announcement of Melissopalynology Seminar

Pollen analysis in honey from Argentinia   The seminar is intended for experienced melissopalynologists both in the industry and research fields and includes: Lectures providing an overview of honey production, botanical and geographical origins of honey in Argentina Practical morphology part at the microscope, to discuss and learn of the most important pollen grains in ... Continued

      The entire QSI team would like to thank you for the good and trusting cooperation this year and wish you a Merry Christmas and a successful New Year. We are looking forward to further cooperation in 2020. Your team from QSI Bremen ... Continued
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Pesticide residues in organic products and their assessment

It seems obvious that no pesticide residues should be detectable in organic products. But even organic products cannot always be completely free of harmful substances. From air and water, for example, pesticides can get into the soil and then into the plants. Pesticides used in the neighbourhood also occasionally drift onto organic fields. Occasionally, organic ... Continued

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