16S Metagenomics Case Study Request

June 01, 2017

Food spoilage and food waste are big issues in the industry. According to food waste nonprofit ReFED, a total of $7.7 billion is lost annually due to food waste, before even reaching the consumer. These statistics are largely preventable. This white paper showcases how using information from next generation sequencing can potentially identify culprits, areas for improvement, likely sources, or corrective actions to reduce or eliminate bacteria that limit shelf life or cause spoilage.


Category: Case Studies, Food & Beverage, Microbiology, Environmental Monitoring