Neogen offers the sauces and related industries the most comprehensive line of product safety solutions, including dehydrated culture media; and rapid test kits for foodborne pathogens, including tests for E. coli O157, Salmonella, and Listeria; quality indicator microbes, including tests for yeast and mold, coliforms, and total plate count; mycotoxins, including tests for aflatoxin and DON; foodborne allergens, including tests for peanut, milk, and egg; drug residues, including beta lactam residues in milk; and sanitation monitoring, including a market-leading ATP testing system.
Neogen offers simple Reveal and Reveal 3-D strip tests for food allergens that provide accurate and clear results in only minutes. Veratox (quantitative), BioKits and Alert (screening) tests for almond, egg, gliadin (gluten), hazelnut, lupine, milk, mustard, peanut, sesame, crustacea, soy, and walnut residues require minimal training, and provide results in as little as 30 minutes.
Neogen's Soleris system rapidly detects microbial contamination by monitoring the color changes produced by changing pH, and other reactions, generated by microbial growth. The automated optical system needs only a fraction of the time of traditional methods, with significantly less hands-on time. The Soleris system offers a wide array of rapid tests, including: total viable count, coliforms, E. coli, yeast and molds, lactic acid bacteria, and enterobacteriaceae. Neogen's NEO-GRID disposable filter membrane systems, and proprietary culture media, rapidly and easily detect or enumerate bacteria. NEO-GRID's yeast and mold test yields accurate results in only 48 hours. The new disposable Neogen Filter Test System utilizes cellulose membrane filter technology, and ampouled liquid media, to detect and quantify target organisms. Neogen's Acumedia subsidiary offers a full line of premier dehydrated culture media, available in lots of small custom blends to high-volume production.
Neogen offers a range of products to detect the amount of food residue and other organic matter, such as bacteria, yeast and mold, that remain after cleaning. These tests can be incorporated into an organization's cleaning program to monitor its effectiveness.