For the most part, organic and conventional products can be distinguished from one another under certain prerequisites of the isotope analysis.
Based on the nitrogen isotope number of nitrogen in a product, conclusions can be drawn as to the type of product, whether, organic or animal. Additional isotope numbers could be used to verify and confirm the result.
The typical isotope number of nitrogen in an organic and conventional product is defined by analyzing a multitude of different products. Only a team of scientific experts can interpret the results and provide the necessary background information for the client.
With the exception of certain products, in which no nitrogen can be found for usage during the analysis stage, for example, refined sugars and oils. This also applies to some products in which the analysis of the stable isotope would make no logical consequence for inspection of the organic declaration. This concerns, for example, honey or , processed products, such as ready-to-eat meals, which contain a variety of different isotope values.