Leading laboratory for coffee analytics

CR3-Analytik is an accredited service laboratory dedicated to the analysis of green coffee and finished coffee products of all kinds. Our passion for precise analysis and holistic consulting has led to a steady expansion of our range of services, so that the analysis of tea and cocoa products has also become an integral part of our portfolio. Our offers for water and pure caffeine analysis complete our range of services.    

CR3-Analytik stands for analytical quality and holistic consulting. In order to meet your needs in the best possible way, you will not only receive results from us, but also comprehensive personal advice: Thinking beyond results.



Our laboratory offers special tests for coffee, tea, cocoa, pure caffeine, and water.

Services overview


As a reliable partner for your contract analysis, it is only natural that we are accredited according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025.

Quality management

Coffee industry

CR3-Analytik is a keen network partner and can provide you with the very latest expertise in the coffee industry.

our network

Working for CR3-Analytik

We are offering a number of versatile jobs for natural science enthusiasts! CR3-Analytik has a wide range of positions for specialists and managers and is always happy to hear from motivated and keen candidates. Join our team.

apply here


Here you will find at regular intervals current information from the laboratory world. These range from regulatory requirements to research work and interlaboratory test results.

[Translate to English:]


The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published a risk assessment of mineral oil hydrocarbons in March 2023. In the article we show the guideline values and how we can support you in complying with them.
read more

Problematic residue definition of Folpet

The formation of phthalimide is also observed when roasting coffee. To clarify the causes, it is therefore necessary to know the contents of phthalimide and folpet individually.
read more

New Contaminants Regulation - What do you need to know?

Maximum levels for contaminants were previously regulated in Regulation (EC) No. 1881/2006. As of May 25th 2023 this regulation was repealed and a new version of the European Contaminants Regulation came into force.
read more
show all