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3M Food Safety, a division of diversified technology company 3M (NYSE:MMM), announced on Wednesday approval of its 3M Molecular Detection Assay Listeria monocytogenes by the AOAC Performance Tested Methods programme, with Certification #051401.
Their presence at the upcoming AOAC Annual Meeting gives Bioo Scientific the opportunity to meet with prospective customers and introduce them to the latest advances in food and feed safety testing.
This is just one more example, but it is important that the industry realises that AOAC accreditation does not mean the test will 'work' in every case.
AOAC Executive Director James Bradford said: "ISO is a very important partner and we are extremely pleased to enter into this high-level agreement.
The BAX[R] System 8-hour Listeria Assay has been approved and certified by the AOAC Research Institute (AOAC RI Performance Tested Method number 030801).
Using a protein-tagging technology that already has AOAC and AACC-approval for many food products, the analyzer's rapid test results make it suitable for quick analysis in all types of food production environments.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 9, 2010-Neogen Corp gets AOAC approval of rapid test for Salmonella enteritidis(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Neogen has received Official Method status from AOAC International for its 24-hour GeneQuence Salmonella diagnostic test system.
The instrument is useful for determining nitrogen, ammonia, total Kjeldahl or direct alkaline proteic nitrogen (after reduction), phenols, volatile fatty acids and cyanides in cereals, food and feed, water, soil and chemicals in accordance with official method AOAC, EPA, DIN and ISO.