Chromogenic Solutions for Food Safety

Lab M Offers New Boost to Microbiologists

Microbiological Culture Media from Lab M
Showcasing their latest microbiological culture media at February's HuLST Food & Beverage Test Expo in Cologne, the Lab M team met microbiologists from a wide variety of R&D and testing laboratories.
'There's always an air of anticipation when exhibiting at a brand new show,' said Lab M's Sales and Marketing Manager Phil Large. 'We were pleased to receive a great response to the most recent additions to our culture media range.'

New Lab M products on display included Differential Reinforced Clostridial Medium ISO (DRCM) for the detection and enumeration of the spores of sulphite-reducing anaerobes, as described in BS EN 26461-1 and ISO 26461-1. Often used as indicators of faecal contamination, reliable culture of these organisms is essential.

For yeasts and moulds, the new Dichloran Rose Bengal Chloramphenicol Agar (ISO) and Dichloran 18% Glycerol Agar (ISO) both comply fully with ISO standards relating to food and animal feeding stuff. Alongside these on the booth were a new Staphylococcus aureus enrichment broth, and extensions to Lab M's range of Harlequin™ chromogenic media and family of MacConkey agars.

Lab M specialises in the development and manufacture of microbiological culture media, many of which are used in ensuring the safe production of foodstuffs and protecting human health.

For details of the complete product range visit www.labm.com


NOTE: This item is from our 'historic' database and may contain information which is not up to date.

Source: Lab M View latest company information

Posted: February 15, 2011
Request Information
[will open your email client]

© 2001 - 2017 Rapid Test Methods Ltd • Please join us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn • RSS Feed