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Hygiena International - Simple Rapid Test Systems to Verify Hygiene, Quality and Food Safety Case Studies

Hygiena International - Simple Rapid Test Systems to Verify Hygiene, Quality and Food Safety

Hygiena's Quick Hygiene Test Verifies Quality Systems and Supports Accreditation Some of the major challenges for brewers are to make safe quality beer that maintains consumer confidence, meets retailer expectations and minimizes costs and waste. This has been achieved by many microbreweries by using a simple rapid hygiene test.
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Hygiena Examines: What Is Really Important in ATP Measurement for Hygiene Monitoring? Rapid surface hygiene monitoring using ATP bioluminescence has been established for 30 years and is a recognised contribution to global food quality and safety systems. These systems deliver a rapid, direct, objective measurement of cleaning efficiency, hygienic status and risk, primarily by the measurement of organic product residues. ATP hygiene monitoring provides cost savings to the food business operator as well as improvements in product quality, food safety and brand protection.
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Practical Evaluation of Validated Microbiological Methods The validation of alternative microbiological methods requires extensive laboratory investigations based on the principles of ISO 16140. These technical protocols and procedures are used by organisations such as AOAC, MicroVAL, AFNOR, NordVAL etc, who offer third party certification and approval services.
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Cleaning and Hygiene: The Front Line Defence for Food Safety Preventing food poisoning is a key focus of any food safety system. Food poisoning is usually caused by the proliferation of undesirable microorganism. Cross-contamination and inadequate sanitation are major contributory factors. Accordingly Good Hygienic Practices are primary preventative controls measures that are part of the essential Operational Pre-Requisites Programs of modern food safety systems
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What do Your Microbiology Test Results Really Mean? It is generally recognised that no measurement is perfect due to the uncertainties arising from many factors. This is even more complex in microbiology due the particulate nature of bacteria and their ability to reproduce by binary fission. This results in localised pockets of higher concentrations of bacteria where each individual represents a unique variable entity.
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