Nutritional Labeling

Nutritional Labeling

Accurate nutritional testing is key to new product development. To ensure compliance with labeling regulations and retailer specifications, and to verify production quality control, OMIC USA can set up a panel of nutritional testing to meet your needs. Our 17025 accredited laboratories provide services in nutrition testing for FDA-approved Nutrition Facts Labels and other analyses in food, pet food, feed and dietary supplements.

Available Profiles

  • Moisture
  • Fat
  • Ash
  • Protein
  • Calories and Carbohydrates
  • Sodium
  • Iron
  • Calcium
  • Potassium
  • Trans and Saturated Fats
  • Cholesterol
  • Fatty Acid Profile
  • Dietary Fiber
  • Minerals
  • Sugars
  • Vitamin D

Sugar Alcohol Screen Test: If you have naturally occurring and/or added sugar alcohols in your product and are making a claim about sugar alcohol, total and added sugar, then sugar alcohols need to be listed on your label.

Vitamin A (Beta-Carotene) Test: This test provides the value for the Vitamin A line item on a nutrition label. There are two Vitamin A tests, Beta-Carotene (for plant-based food) and Retinol (for animal-based food).

Vitamin C Test: This test provides the value for the Vitamin C line item on a nutrition label.

Vitamin B9 - Folates DFE (Dietary Folate Equivalents) Test: This set of tests provides the values for various vitamers of Vitamin B9: Folic Acid, Total Folates, and also reports results in Folate DFE which is suitable for nutrition labeling.

Find more detailed information use our Test Library

Common Testing Questions

Please fill out a Sample Submission Form for your sample type. It is imperative that the form be included or emailed with the sample in order to begin testing. Sample entry and analysis will not begin until a completed Sample Submission Form is received.

Sample forms can be e-mailed to sales.us@omicusa.com.

Please contact us to discuss the required amount of a sample..

Each sample should be secured in its own container and properly sealed to prevent cross contamination and leaking.Samples that need refrigeration should be shipped in a cooler or insulated box on ice.Each sample should be visibly labeled and match the included submission form.Normal receiving hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Pacific Time (after hours receipt may be scheduled in advance).

Please send all samples, together with Sample Submission Form, to the following address:

OMIC USA Inc.3344 NW Industrial St.Portland, Oregon 97210

Chemical lab: 7 business daysGMO lab: 5 business daysMicrobiological lab: 1 to 5 business days (depending on analysis type)Nutrition: 10-15 business days (depending on sample type)

Rush analysis is available upon request – availability is determined at the time a sample is submitted. Additional fees will apply.

In most cases, we offer rush analysis on Pesticides, Herbicides, GMO, DNA, and Mycotoxins. The amount of time needed depends on how many samples are already in-house, how many samples need to be tested, and the type of sample being analyzed. Typically, clients can rely on the following timelines:

Pesticides/Herbicides/Mycotoxins:

Rush 5-day analysis: Add 50% of the original costRush 3-day analysis: Add 100% of the original cost

GMO/DNA:

Rush 3-day analysis: Add 50% of the original costRush 24-hour: Add 100% of the original cost

Please contact us for pricing guides based on the type of testing you are looking for.

We currently accept the following methods of payment:

  • ACH
  • Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX)
  • Wire
  • Check

Currently OMIC USA Inc. offers e-mailed electronic copies of results. Upon request we can issue hard copies as well.

We are implementing a new LIMS system, and in the future look forward to providing electronically available and accessible reports through our new portal system!

Please see our Accreditations & Memberships section for a full list and description of each certification.

Our laboratory has worked with several clients to complete analytical requests from the FDA and USDA. OMIC USA Inc. is familiar with required methods from both organizations, and welcomes the opportunity to perform this kind of testing.

Please contact us to discuss your specific needs.

  • Food Analysis Proficiency Assessment Scheme (FAPAS)
  • Environmental Resource Associates (ERA)
  • LGC Proficiency Testing
  • BIPEA (Interprofessional Bureau of Analytical Studies)
  • USDA/AMS/FGIS Proficiency Program
  • Wageningen Food Safety Research (WFSR)
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

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