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Welcome to Deibel Laboratories

"Deibel Laboratories has been faithfully serving the food diagnostics and personal care industries for over 30 years..."

North American food producers demand the finest in outside testing services to ensure quality and protect their brand names; this is why so many companies turn to Deibel Labs. We are proud of our integral role in helping to ensure product safety and quality for all our clients. We achieve this with stringent quality control protocols, scientific integrity and personalized customer service initiatives.


    We offer the FSPCA “standardized curriculum” recognized by FDA. Click here to read more.


  • Pathogen Screening
  • Full Indicator Testing
  • Spoilage Organisms
  • Special Projects: C.botulinum Studies,
    Inoculated Pack,Shelf Life,
    Stability Studies (Controlled Humidity and Temperatures), Preservative Challenges


  • Nutritional Label Testing (Including Trans Fats)
  • Full Proximate & Wet Chemistry
  • Low Level B Vitamins
  • Sugar Profiles & Preservative Levels
  • Heavy Metals & IR Scans
  • New HPLC & GC - 21 CFR Compliant
  • Fast Turn Around Times & Competitive Pricing

Consulting & Services

  • Deibel Labs Result Point On-line System
  • FPA SAFE Audits
  • HACCP Certificate Classes
  • FSPCA PCQI Training
  • HACCP Program Design
  • Risk Assessment Audits
  • Microbial Problem Solving
  • Legal Testimony


Deibel Laboratories is always seeking energetic individuals to fill positions at our rapidly growing corporation of food and pharma/cosmetic testing laboratories. 

Click here to view Career Opportunities

Latest Posts

  • 28 Jan 2016, 19.01
    The Nutrition Facts Label for packaged foods and beverages is getting a makeover.  The current label has remained unchanged for the past 20, years with the exception of the addition of “trans fat” in 2006.  In March 2014, the FDA issued two proposed rules followed by a supplemental proposed rule in July 2015.  The FDA is poised to finalize the proposed rules to the Nutri ...

  • 05 Nov 2015, 15.11
     Thank you to all those who attended in our webinar, The Whole Genome Sequencing Revolution; we were thrilled by the attendance we had. We would also like to thank our presenter, Dr. Martin Wiedmann.In case you were unable to attend, or would like to re-watch the webinar at your leisure, the recording can be viewed here one the Deibel Events Webex Center. A link to the slides used in the pres ...

  • 01 Sep 2015, 20.09
    The FSMA Human Food and Animal Food Preventive Control Rules were officially completed on Monday, August 31st to meet the court-mandated deadline.  However, due to the size of these rules, these regulations will not be published in the Federal Register until possibly mid-September.  Documents submitted to the Federal Register can publish several days after they are submitted, with larger ...

  • 27 May 2015, 17.05
    Deibel Laboratories is proud to announce that Dr. Laurie Post, Director Food Safety and Regulatory Affairs, has been selected to serve on the National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods (NACMCF).   The NACMCF provides impartial scientific advice to federal agencies for use in developing integrated food safety systems from farm to table and to ensure food safety in d ...

  • 25 Mar 2015, 16.03
     LABELING REQUIREMENTS(21 CFR 101.91 Gluten free labeling of food - final rule)FDA allows manufacturers to label a food "gluten-free" if the food does not contain any of the following:an ingredient that is a gluten-containing grain (wheat, barley, rye or cross-breeds of these grains)an ingredient that is derived from these grains and that has not been processed to remove gluten (e.g ...

  • 25 Mar 2015, 16.03
     Focus On Environmental Control And Monitoring ProgramsThe Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), signed into law by to identify their potential hazards and confirm adequate preventive controls of those hazards. IntroductionThe origins of the FSMA can be traced to the growing public concern over the number, size and scope of food product recalls due to contamination issues.   Ho ...

Our Six Principles

  • Quality



    The work we do in our laboratories has a direct impact on the release of safe food and pharmaceutical products to the public. We are consumers as well, and want the products we test to be safe. We have set high internal quality control standards. Our Quality Initiatives employ systems of safe-guards to ensure conformance to regulatory guidelines and client expectations.
  • Service



    We strive to be compassionate and at the same time objectively support our client’s best interests. In many instances this means going beyond the norm, and taking the extra step to anticipate our client’s needs. Follow through is key to our service philosophy.

    Listen. Deliver. Follow up. This is what we define as our service business principle.

  • Education



    One of our Goals is to be known as an organization that provides outstanding training to both our internal associates, as well as to our clients. Internally we have the adage, “Sink or Swim” and we want our people to swim!  Our high Quality Standards cannot be attained without proper training.

  • Partnership



    Deibel Laboratories is an integral aspect and an extension of our client’s product safety and quality programs.   As Madeline Albright stated in a recent article; “The most important thing is to be able to put yourself in the shoes of the person on the other side of the table…”  A shared commitment to open communication, trust and mutual respect is our goal

  • Professionalism


    Professionalism cannot be accomplished without a high degree of Initiative and Ownership.

    Our business model is an amalgam between two other professional client service-orientated organizations; a Law Firm and an Emergency Room.  Our associates must have the “fight for your client” mentality and a strict observance of confidentiality, as well as be able to handle multiple pressing concerns concurrently, not letting any of our clients down

  • Transparency



    We must be transparent in our dealings with our clients, vendors and internal associates. This promotes integrity within our company and is in line with our open work environment.

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