NEOGEN is committed to helping pet food producers effectively carry out their food safety plans.

Pets depend on us to provide them safe, nutritious food. With pet ownership rising across much of the globe, the attention paid to thorough pet food safety testing is ever-growing.

NEOGEN offers a comprehensive line of approved food safety solutions for the pet food industry that allows companies to meet their hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) plans quickly and efficiently. Our diverse product and service portfolio serves a vast of array of needs, including mycotoxin tests, pathogen tests, food safety genomics, ATP tests and more. We partner with our customers to make sure they meet their goals.

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NEOGEN acquires Italian food safety company
January 13, 2020

NEOGEN Corporation (NASDAQ: NEOG) announced today that it has acquired Italy-based Diessechem S.R.L. — a distributor of food and feed safety diagnostics for the past 27 years.

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NEOGEN acquires its distributors in Argentina and Uruguay
January 06, 2020

NEOGEN Corporation (NASDAQ: NEOG) announced today that it has acquired Productos Quimicos Magiar (Magiar) — a distributor of NEOGEN’s food safety diagnostics for the past 20 years with businesses in Argentina and Uruguay.

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AOAC approves NEOGEN’s Soleris® for Enterobacteriaceae
December 19, 2019

NEOGEN Corporation (Nasdaq: NEOG) has received approval from the AOAC Research Institute for its Soleris® for Enterobacteriaceae (EBAC), which is designed to help prevent harmful bacteria from contaminating food, pet food, nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic products.

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NEOGEN launches first rapid test for ergot alkaloids
December 12, 2019

NEOGEN Corporation (NASDAQ: NEOG) announced today that it has developed a quick and simple lateral flow test for ergot alkaloids, which are natural toxins produced by a fungus that commonly infects rye and wheat. Ingestion of ergot alkaloids can cause ergotism, a dangerous disease in humans and animals.

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