October 26-28, 2020 Virtual
Our team is excited to exhibit virtually at IAFP 2020 and look forward to meeting with you! Visit our virtual booth to learn about our food safety solutions and don’t miss the poster sessions to talk our scientists about topics you’re most interested in.

Simultaneous Enumeration of Total Coliform and Escherichia coli in Drinking Water Using Colitag™ MPN-Plate and MPN-Tray

10/26/2020 4:00:00 AM Booth # Online

Total coliform and E. coli are indicators for environmental and fecal contamination. The testing kit which contains ready-to-use dehydrated medium has been approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for qualitative detection of total coliform and E. coli simultaneously in drinking water. The detections are based on the presence of two enzymes, β-galactosidase and β-glucuronidase, which are characteristic of total coliform and E. coli. Yellow color development represents the presence of total coliform, and blue fluorescence under a UV light along with yellow color indicates the presence of E. coli.


Learning from Adjacent Industries: The Case for Digitizing Food Safety, Quality and Sanitation Data

10/27/2020 6:30:00 PM Booth #Virtual Online

The identification of risk and use of actuarial tools is the fundamental basis for the insurance industry and all premiums are based on the identified risk.  Yet, in the food industry, there is no similar effort to utilize common indicators of strong or weak food safety programs such as environmental testing results, operational records, written food safety program implementation and effectiveness and the food sector and industry history to predict the likelihood of a food safety failure.  Because of this shortcoming in quantifying and predicting food safety risk, the food industry has to make resource allocation decision based on best guesses with no real certainty that these guesses will actually reduce the food safety risk to their customers and financial risk to the company.


Novel Assay for Staphylococcus aureus in Nutraceuticals Using Rapid Automated Detection System

10/28/2020 4:00:00 AM Booth # Online

Microbiological procedures to evaluate nutritional and dietary supplements <2022> for objectional microorganisms of concern was established by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP). An improved rapid method has been developed to detect the presence of Staphylococcus aureus based upon real-time monitoring of color changes due to microbial metabolism in a novel broth/agar combination vial and accompanying reader.


Evaluation of the Neogen Soleris® Enterobacteriaceae for Rapid Detection of Enterobacteriaceae in Dairy Products

10/28/2020 3:00:00 PM Booth # Online

Advances in microbiological analysis has enabled the rapid detection of dairy indicator organisms such as Enterobacteriaceae. The commercial availability of the automated Neogen Soleris® Enterobacteriaceae system offers laboratories a potential reduction in time-to-results from 3 days for culture-based methods to 18 h.


Evaluation of Improved Automated Rapid Microbiological Assay System

10/26/2020 4:00:00 AM Booth # Online

An improved instrument has been developed to automatically detect and record the presence of microorganisms in food and nutraceutical products. The new instrument combined the two legacy instruments, Soleris®  and Biolumix®  (referred as LI1 and LI2) in one with accompanying new software that monitors pH, carbon dioxide, or fluorescence indicators in real-time, within a novel broth/agar combination vial.


Connect With Us

Meet with our team