Verify honey

What is our service Verify Honey?
The service Verify Honey includes the database of analysis sheets for all batches of honey packed in Medex since 2015. The database is regularly updated with new analysis sheets.

Why should I use Verify Honey?
For the last 65 years, Medex has been building tradition and trust; we are striving towards transparent and honest relationships and invite you to experience this and convince yourself. All starting materials are tested for security and quality, since this control consequently ensures the safety of our final products. Our wish to deliver a transparent proof of purity of our honey to the public lead to a decision to perform additional security analyses of our final products. These analyses include risk factors relevant for specific areas or origins. Our customers can therefore check the safety and quality of each jar of honey from Medex.

Who performs the analyses?
Analyses are performed in the Eurofins Scientific laboratories in Germany, which is the world-leading company in the field of analytical testing in different sectors with 30 years of experience. Therefore, analysis sheets are in English.

How can I use Verify Honey?
The use of our service is simple and useful: you can check the analyses by entering the batch number (L:XXXXXX) printed on the rim of the jar. If you enter the correct number, the link to the analysis sheet is displayed.

Enter the LOT serial number from your Medex honey jar and be sure.


Important information when reading analysis sheets:

  • Batch number (LOT; L:XXXXXX) ensures the traceability of foods, denoting specific preparation and packaging of honey. Products with the same batch number are of the same quality; they were processed, made, or packed under the same conditions.
  • The analyses were made in the Eurofins Scientific laboratory in Germany, which is one the most renowned laboratories for honey analysis worldwide.
  • In the analysis sheet, all test parameters are listed.
  • Permitted maximum residue values* for acaricides:
    • Amitraz: max 0.2 mg/kg
    • Coumaphos: max 0.1 mg/kg
    *Commission Regulation (EU) No 37/2010 of 22 December 2009 on pharmacologically active substances and their classification regarding maximum residue limits in foodstuffs of animal origin
  • The label n.d. ("non detectable") means that the parameter was not detected in the analysed honey.

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