Alkemist Labs at SupplySide West 2018: Experts Available to Demystify Testing


Garden Grove, CA (September 24, 2018) – The staff of Alkemist Labs, the industry’s rock star of botanical testing laboratories, always look forward to SupplySide West because they get to talk all day long about what they do.   Attendees of SupplySide West in Las Vegas from November 8 – 9, 2018 can stop by booth # 4028 to take advantage of this to ask all the testing questions that cross their minds, such as:

Where can we get test methods for our finished products?

I read that Alkemist CEO Elan Sudberg teaches trade association classes on methods like microscopy. Can you teach me to do all my own testing?

What botanicals are most at risk for adulteration and how can I protect my company?

How do we take our company’s testing program to the next level?

Who is this new guy, Dr. Toto Phoutthavantha, who just joined the company as Laboratory Director?

As always, the staff is eager to demystify testing, any time, any place, including at the Alkemist Labs sponsored AHPA Member Reception on Thursday November 8 from 5:30 – 7:30 PM in Islander C.About Alkemist LabsAlkemist Labs is an ISO 17025 accredited contract testing laboratory specializing in plant authentication, botanical ingredient identification and quantitative analytical services to the Food & Beverage, Nutraceutical and Cosmeceutical industries. Located in a brand new state-of-the-art facility in Garden Grove, California, Alkemist Labs offers clients a wide range of specialty research services to evaluate the identity, purity and quality of botanical raw materials, dietary ingredients and finished products. Alkemist Labs produces a complete line of Composite Reference Botanicals (CRBs), critical tools for botanical identity verification, and also distributes phytochemical reference standards from Extrasynthese of Lyon, France. Since it was founded in 1997, Alkemist Labs has become the ideal “Partner for Quality” to companies interested in producing high quality natural products requiring independent, third-party analysis, Stability/Shelf-life studies, Certification of Analysis and cGMP compliance.

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