Since 1994 the FDA has required that all food be labeled with Nutrition Facts. The two most common methods for determining the nutritional content of a product are Laboratory Based Analysis and Database Analysis.

EMSL has a laboratory near you that offers laboratory based nutritional analysis compliant with FDA Labeling Laws.

For over 30 years EMSL has led the industry in testing and analysis. Our professional staff of trained scientists, technicians and analysts can also provide Method Validation & Development.
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Laboratory Services

Complete Nutritional Analysis

Carbohydrates by calculation
Calories by calculation
Calories from Fat
Fat Profile

  • Poly
  • Mono
  • Saturated
  • Trans
  • Total

Sugar Profile

  • Fructose
  • Glucose
  • Lactose
  • Maltose
  • Sucrose

Total Dietary Fiber
Vitamin A
Vitamin C

Average Data Package

Complete Nutritional Analysis of 3 units of product. Data can be used to determine average nutrient value to account for inherent product variance.

Camera Ready Nutrition Facts Panel

Requires Complete Nutritional Analysis and serving size information.

Restaurant Nutrient Package

In accordance with Section 4205 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. Includes Calories, Carbohydrates, Cholesterol, Fat, Fiber, Protein, Saturated Fat, Sodium, Sugars.

Pet Food Nutritional Analysis

Specifically for Pet Food Guaranteed Nutritional Analysis. Results expressed in %. Includes: Protein, Moisture, Crude Fat, Crude Fiber.

Pet Food Nutritional Analysis – AAFCO

Specifically for Pet Food Guaranteed Analysis and AAFCO compliant labeling. Includes: Protein (min %), Moisture (max%).

Submit 5 oz sample per analyte requested

Comprehensive Database Analysis

  • Allergen Statement (optional)
  • Camera Ready Nutrition Facts Panel
  • Ingredient Statement
  • Nutrient Content Claims
  • Nutrient Value per Serving
  • Recipe Overview