Metrohm offers BioSystems food and wine analytical solutions

Metrohm Australia Pty Ltd

Friday, 13 April, 2018

Metrohm offers BioSystems food and wine analytical solutions

From 1 April 2018, the portfolios of Metrohm’s local branches in Australia and New Zealand have been extended to include food and wine specific analytical solutions from BioSystems S.A. (Spain).

The full range of BioSystems’ FoodQuality and Enology reagents and instruments is now available at Metrohm Australia and Metrohm New Zealand. The two companies provide full support and service with manufacturer-trained engineers and technicians to the region.

Since 1981, BioSystems S.A. has developed and manufactured effective analytical systems for laboratories around the world. These systems are composed of photometric analysers (automatic or semiautomatic), colorimetric (enzymatic and chemical) reagent kits, ELISA kits and rapid tests.

BioSystems’ Enology line was specifically developed for wine laboratories, offering instruments and reagents designed and validated for the wine industry.

The FoodQuality line provides analytical and control solutions for various sectors within the agrifood diagnostic industry, such as juices and other beverages, meat and processed foods, fish and seafood, milk and dairy products, cereals/nuts and derivatives.

Since it was first launched, the line has been introduced into new geographical regions and by 2017 had reached a total of 15 countries, eight of them the largest wine producers in the world. These 15 markets account for 88% of worldwide wine production: Spain, Italy, France, USA, Argentina, Chile, Australia, China, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Brazil, New Zealand, Japan and Turkey.

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