Global Leaders in Food Safety Testing

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Typical Allergen Management Controls

An allergen management plan is an organization’s formal documented plan, describing all the controls and processes that should be in place in order to be able to manage allergens, from start to finish. Typically, allergens need to be controlled at multiple stages of manufacturing: from ordering and receiving ingoing ingredients through to final product packing.

What Are Allergies And Why Do They Need To Be Controlled?

Food allergies are abnormal hypersensitivity reactions to an otherwise harmless protein in food. They are a growing global public health concern, which can occasionally even lead to death. Likewise, food intolerances such as glucose intolerance can include a broad spectrum of reactions. Then there are illnesses such as coeliac disease – a lifelong autoimmune systemic disorder triggered by gluten found in barley, rye and wheat.

New Innovate System Beverage Kit for Detection of Microbial Contamination in Less Than 30 Minutes

Hygiena™, a leader in food safety testing, announces a new rapid microbial screening kit for beverage testing, using the Innovate System. The RapiScreen™ Beverage Kit is specifically designed to have strong buffering capacity to neutralize often complex, high-acid content found in fruit juices.

New BAX® System Real-Time PCR Protocols and Calculator Tools Provide True Quantification for Salmonella and Campylobacter In Poultry

Hygiena™, a leader in food safety testing, announces over 14 protocols for quantification applications (SalQuant™ and CampyQuant™) using the BAX® System Real-Time (RT) PCR Assays for Salmonella and Campylobacter.

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