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9th July 2019  Editorial by: rapidmicrobiology.com

What's on Show at IAFP? - A rapidmicrobiology Special Focus

Featuring more than 1,000 technical papers, posters and symposia, detailing current information on a variety of topics relating to food safety the International Association for Food Protection will hold IAFP 2019, the Association’s Annual Meeting, July 21–24 in Louisville, Kentucky.

The IAFP Annual Meeting has earned recognition as the leading food safety conference worldwide and is attended by more than 3,600 of the top industry, academic and governmental food safety professionals.

For more information and registration visit www.foodprotection.org/annualmeeting/ 

Are you planning your visit to IAFP and need to know where to start? Or do you want to know what your missing?  This rapidmicrobiology special focus brings you the latest innovations in microbial food safety.


Validation And Verification of Microbiology Tests - Latest Insights from IAFP


Are your food microbiology methods ‘Fit Enough’ for purpose? in this special rapidmicrobiology interview Dr Wallace Morgan and Dr David Legan, who will both be presenting on this topic at the IAFP 2019 explain what's involved in validation and verification.



Bio-Rad To Launch New Droplet Digital PCR Kit to Detect STEC in Food

Bio-Rad Digital Droplet PCR Kit

Come check out our new dd-Check STEC kit and Digital PCR instruments at Booth 427. With our world-class expertise in microbiology and state-of-the-art products, we provide you with the very best, which you've come to expect from Bio-Rad.



MilliporeSigma Featuring MC Media Pads at IAFP

MC Media Pad

Simplify your workflow one pad at a time with MilliporeSigma’s MC Media pads for routine testing of microbial contamination in your food and beverage products. Simply inoculate by adding your sample- no spreading required- then just incubate, and count!  IAFP 2019 Booth #555



Solus One Offers a Palatable Alternative to BAM Pathogen Testing

Solus One

Solus Scientific Solutions Ltd. will showcase their AOAC certified Solus One Salmonella assay at this years IAFP Annual Meeting. Solus Scientific Solutions have developed a highly sensitive and specific test for Salmonella species in various matrices.



New EnSURE™ Touch ATP, PCR (Salmonella Quantification) & Listeria Screening Test

Hygiena International at IAFP

Hygiena’s announcements at IAFP include next-generation ATP monitoring - the EnSURE Touch; real-time PCR testing for foods including a more accurate method to quantify Salmonella in poultry; methods to ensure safety of Cannabis-infused foods; allergen detection; and an improved Listeria test.



Concentrating Pipette for Improved Detection and Same Shift Results

CP Select

The CP Select is an automated sample prep instrument for liquids. It improves the sensitivity for any analytical method whether molecular or culture based providing a clean & concentrated sample input. Reduce your costs by reducing labor, time to market, recalls, and incidences of harm.



Listeria innocua Controls with GFP Markers

test-ready Listeria innocua GFP controls

Learn more about Microbiologics test-ready Listeria innocua Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) controls designed as reliable surrogates to Listeria monocytogenes



Improve your Environmental Monitoring Program

Hold samples for 72 hours

HiCap™ Neutralizing Broth improves the recovery of microorganism from surfaces, and unlike other collection solutions, it maintains the viability of stressed and injured cells for up to 72 hours after collection. 



New Inlabtec Serial Diluter UA: A Cost Effective, Greener Upgrade for Serial Dilutions


The new Serial Diluter UA with an integrated, highly efficient bag mixer is universally suitable for preparing serial dilutions of all sample types including viscous, high-fat or sugar-containing samples such as cream, egg yolk, syrup, etc. for microbiological analysis.



3M's New Assays Allow Food Safety Labs to Test for STEC With or Without eae Gene Results

3M's New Assays

The new 3M™ Molecular Detection Assay 2 - STEC Gene Screen (stx and eae) is able to rapidly detect the genes for Shiga toxin types 1 and 2, as well as eae. Whilst the STEC Gene Screen (stx) detects only Shiga toxin genes, allowing food microbiology labs greater choice.



SampleReady® Pre-Weigh Soluble Media Pouches


Media Preparation anxiety? SampleReady® Soluble Media Pouches is your solution. Gamma irradiated, just add sterile water and start testing.




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