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COVID – 19

In Tello Laboratory we have incorporated all the preventive measures indicated by the competent authorities for the prevention of the COVID – 19 contagion, as well as extraordinary internal measures, watching over the health of our workers, clients and collaborators. Currently, we remain open, operative and available through our usual contact phones and e-mails.

Experts in Analytical Services

Laboratory Tello


We are experts in olive oils analysis, its derivatives and other vegetable oils. Laboratory Tello has more than 25 years of experience in the field and we invest into our expansion by widening our services portfolio, including innovative analytical techniques and trusting our highly qualified team.

We are currently part of the international laboratory group TENTAMUS. This membership allows us to reach our objectives of expansion and extension of services.

We value the importance of offering technical certainty to our clients, thus we have a quality system based on UNE EN ISO/IEC 17025 standard which guarantees the lab’s technical competence and reliability of our results.

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Approval for COVID-19 Human Test - Tentamus Japan Laboratories

In these difficult days we are delighted to announce great news from Tentamus Japan. The laboratories are now approved for COVID-19 testing in humans. Tentamus Japan is already certified for testing of COVID-19 from surfaces, but now the laboratory is also approved for the more critical and essential test for COVID-19 in humans. The Tentamus ... Continued
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Can fish products contain harmful pollutants?

Fish sticks taste great to young and old and are one of the most popular foods in Germany. But can the popular fish sticks also contain harmful substances?   Increased fat pollutants detected in fish products   In a test, elevated levels of the fat contaminant 3-MCPD were found in 5 of 12 samples. 3-monochloropropanediol ... Continued

New test for Coronavirus (COVID-19) in air

The WHO (World Health Organization) updates, in a document dated 09.07.2020, the latest findings on the infectious routes with SARS-CoV-2. Through its coordinator of the infection prevention unit, Benedetta Allegranzi, recognizes the evidence that the coronavirus remains in the air. These infectious agents are transmitted in particular through airborne droplets and aerosols. At the beginning ... Continued

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