The laboratory was put in place in the 1970s to carry out the tasks of quality control of the BCR (Bábolna-Richter-Cereol) plant in Nagyigmánd. During the first decades of its operations it was part of Bábolna Zrt., later it belonged to Bábolna Takarmányipari Kft. and since 1996 it has been functioning as an accredited laboratory.
The purpose of the operation of the laboratory is to carry out tests and analyses in accordance with the “from Farm to Fork” slogan, with the best available equipment and methods. Our laboratory provides services in agriculture and food processing. Work according to the standard 17025:2005 is certified by successful accreditation audits and we also participate in organised and international collaborative studies with good results. The objectives of the laboratory include – besides testing and analyis – complex services, including the interpretation of the results, and expert activities, for our customers.
Bonafarm Mezőgazdaság has one of Hungary’s best equipped and instrumented service provider laboratories. As part of laboratory development, we have deployed cutting-edge automated systems that allow us to perform large volumes of strictly controlled measurements.
The expertise of our technicians accumulated over long years of practice, their regular continued training in Hungary and abroad, as well as our instruments of European standards, guarantee precise and reliable analytical results for our customers. We manage information obtained while performing measurements in accordance with Act CXII of 2011 on data protection.
At the three divisions of our laboratory customers can choose from the tests and analyses on the list.
We undertake to provide our laboratory services within short time limits. The range of tests and analyses performed at our laboratory is extremely wide; in accordance with the company’s motto the samples we analyse cover everything from the farm to the dinner table.
Besides our accredited tests and analyses we can also carry out other measurements and identify components by way of analyses that are not accredited but validated, including even individually requested ones.