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Latest announcements from WESSLING: our news, press releases and company announcements can be found here.

Anna Weßling and Arnold Gehlen run WESSLING Group

Anna Weßling and Arnold Gehlen manage the business of the international WESSLING Holding GmbH & Co. KG.

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Bamboo dishes that contain plastic

WESSLING experts analyse and evaluate the specific migration of melamine and formaldehyde from so-called bamboo dishes. They also assess their sensory quality and product labelling.

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Hemp – new superfood?

Hemp products are becoming increasingly popular as food. WESSLING offers comprehensive laboratory analysis of hemp-containing foods.

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Findings of phosphonic acid in biologically produced food

Their detection and the accompanying legal evaluation represent a particular challenge for producers, suppliers and traders of organic food. Our pesticide experts provide comprehensive advice in relation to this.

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Food contact materials made of plastic can be drinks bottles.

New limit value for nickel in accordance with Regulation (EU) 10/2011 comes into force

From 19 May 2019 onward, a new limit value will apply for nickel in plastics that come into contact with food. Producers must ensure that no more than 0.02 mg/kg nickel is released into the food or corresponding food simulant.

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Voluntary aid for Notre-Dame

The employees of WESSLING France spontaneously offered to voluntarily contribute to the reconstruction of Notre-Dame Cathedral.

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organic apples in a tree

Updated range of active substances in plant protection products

Analysis and evaluation of residues of plant protection

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WESSLING Innovation Award 2018

“A lived culture of innovation is our motivation“

Faster, more precise, safer – the jury of the WESSLING Innovation Award 2018 was impressed by a new detection method for legionella that takes just a few hours.

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Water analysis at WESSLING: consulting, sampling and analysis.

WESSLING analyses microplastics in sea salt

Recent studies by the University of Oldenburg show that the sea salt "Fleur de Sel" also contains microplastics. Researchers found that the salt contains up to 1800 micrograms per kilogram.

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Raesch Sagessa