COVID-19 Response and Resources

Dear NEOGEN Customers,

As we continue to weather the COVID-19 pandemic, NEOGEN remains dedicated to slowing the spread of disease, both within our organization and in our global community. We recognize the critical role that our products and solutions play in keeping our global food supply safe, and we take that responsibility seriously.

In each of NEOGEN’s workplaces worldwide, we continue to follow the guidance of world health officials, with mask mandates, increased sanitation efforts, social distancing, and, wherever possible, remote work opportunities. We have also established an Emergency Response Team made up of individuals who constantly monitor the spread of the coronavirus, crafting new policies and prevention strategies.
We recognize that defeating COVID-19 and establishing a new “normal” will take the combined efforts of our global community.

As you and your organizations continue to place extraordinary efforts toward accomplishing your usual responsibilities, both at home and in the workplace, know that NEOGEN is here to support you and your needs — working together, we can get through this.

To better support our customers across the globe, we have ramped up production of our EPA-approved sanitizers and disinfectants and launched the Early Warning COVID-19 wastewater detection system. Our entire suite of biosecurity products, including sanitizers, apparel, cleaners, and disinfectants, is available to help slow the spread of disease — wherever it exists.

These are truly unique and challenging times for all of us, but we are all in it together.

Thank you for your business,

John Adent
CEO and President

Solutions for COVID-19

Our comprehensive suite of biosecurity products, including sanitizers, apparel, cleaners and disinfectants, were primarily developed for use in our agricultural markets; many would prove useful to stop the spread of disease — wherever it exists.

Why is wastewater surveillance important?

Wastewater surveillance is precursor to symptoms, particularly where rapid diagnostic testing is not readily available for individuals.  If routine monitoring is being done, the levels of virus in wastewater will precede signs of the outbreak.

Early Warning Wastewater Surveillance