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Selection and use of test kits by accredited laboratories

Jun 26, 2017 11:02:17 AM / by admin posted in Enac, Accreditations, Kits, National accreditation, Test Kits, Validations, zeulab

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The European co-operation for Accreditation or EA is an association of national accreditation bodies in Europe that are officially recognised by their national Governments to assess and verify organisations that carry out evaluation services such as certification, verification, inspection, testing and calibration.

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Analytical methods of allergen detection

May 5, 2017 9:57:13 AM / by admin posted in Analytical methods, ATP, food, Food and Drink Europe, allergen detection, Allergens, Inmunochromatographic, Proteon, Surfaces

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Food allergens are components of foodstuff and additives that when digested, in contact or inhale cause an immune reaction known as food allergy.

Although some allergies occur more frequently than others, and there are about 160 foods that can cause allergic reactions, the most common ones are those to the cow milk, eggs, legumes (including soy), wheat/gluten, fish, shellfish, fruits, and nuts, such as peanuts and walnuts.

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Representatives of the Lithuanian Dairy Board visit Spain

May 2, 2017 9:49:41 AM / by admin posted in analysis of antibiotics, collaboration, Company, Dairy, Dairy products, Dairy Sector, Lithuanian Dairy Board, Pieno Tyrimai, Visit, Zeulab Products

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A group of members from the Ministry of Agriculture, The State Animal Breeding Supervision Service, State Food and Veterinary Service, State Laboratories as “Pieno Tyrimai“ and dairy companies spent few days in Spain visiting dairy companies and dairy laboratories together with Zeulab.

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Analysis of allergens on work surfaces: “cotton cheats”

Apr 28, 2017 8:52:36 AM / by admin posted in Analysis of allergens, Control of allergens, Cross contamination, Elisa Test, Allergens, Labelling, Rapid Test, Work surfaces., zeulab

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Have you ever wondered if the cleaning that you do is really effective? The answer is especially important when we talk about cross-contamination through food allergens.

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Zeulab collaborates with the Vicente Ferrer Foundation

Mar 2, 2017 9:06:51 AM / by admin posted in collaboration, commitment, explorer, Explorer kit, India, NGO, social responsibility, Vicente Ferrer Foundation, zeulab

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At Zeulab we believe that cooperation, solidarity and development must be fundamental pillars in business philosophy. For this reason, for years, we have been collaborating with different NGOs transmitting our commitment to eradicate the inequalities and mobilize consciousness as well.

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ZEULAB: example of solidarity and commitment with the non-governmental organizations

Feb 1, 2017 9:06:18 AM / by admin posted in social responsibility

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Another year, Zeulab, has reaffirmed its social commitment with especially vulnerable sectors and limited resources, through its collaboration with the social international organization of children deffence (DNI - Costa Rica).

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The simplest and least time consuming method to test antibiotic residues in food

Nov 30, 2016 2:17:21 PM / by admin posted in Antibiotics, Dairy products

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e-Reader; the innovative system that runs antibiotic analysis for you. A multi-residues analysis that detects more than 30 substances in a single assay complying with EU MRLs. e-Reader works with microbial tests (Eclipse or Explorer) where the assay is automatically carried out. So, it guarantees the best assay performance and saves the user’s time.

e-reader antibiotic detection in food

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MICROCYSTIN DETECTION IN WATER

Aug 18, 2016 10:48:29 AM / by admin posted in blue green algae, blue green algae blooms, cianobacterias, cyanobacterial toxins, cyanotoxins, eutrophication, alage Bloom, algae toxins, harmful algae, how to test water quality, Microcystest, Microcystin, microcystin analysis, MICROCYSTIN DETECTION IN WATER, microcystin elisa, microcystin in drinking water, microcystin toxicity, microcystin toxin, Microcystins, toxic algae, toxins in water, water, water test

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Algal blooms in freshwater lakes

Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) are unicellular prokaryotes that thrive mainly in freshwater lakes. Being autotroph organisms they accomplish oxygenic photosynthesis playing a significant role in the food chain of several ecosystems. However, under certain circumstances (eutrophication, climatic change, etc.), they can grow and lead to uncontrolled blooms.

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Special Plan for the Italian dairy sector

May 13, 2015 10:34:50 AM / by admin posted in antibiotic milk test antibiotic milk test kits, antibiotic residues, antibiotic residues in milk, antibiotic test for milk, antibiotic testing, antibiotic testing in milk, antibiotics in food, antimicrobial resistance, Dairy products, italian dairy sector, italian milk, italian milk and dairy products, Italian Ministry of Agriculture, Maximum residue limits, Milk quality, milk quality analysis, milk quality testing, milk quality tests, milk testing, milk tests, quality of milk, Special Plan for the Italian dairy sector, veterinary drug residues in milk

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The Italian Ministry of Agriculture The Italian Ministry of Agriculture (Ministero delle alimentari Agricultural Policies and Forestry) has developed a plan to support and improve the quality of milk and dairy products.

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China’s Dairy evolution and new challenges

May 5, 2015 9:53:23 AM / by admin posted in Antibiotics, buy milk china, china, china dairy sector, china milk consumption, china milk products, chinese dairy market, chinese market, chinese milk, Dairy products, dairy products china, Agricultural Outlook, melamine china milk, milk china, milk export china, milk import china

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According to the OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2014-2023, “world milk production is projected to increase by 180 Mt by 2023 when compared to the base years (2011-2013), the majority of which, 78%, is anticipated to come from developing countries”.

This increase particularly obeys to the rise of population and its income, followed by the expanding popularity and demand of dairy products, mainly due to a westernalisation of consumer preferences and diets in developing countries.

Already in 2012, the USA was the world leader producing almost 91 Mt, followed by India with 54Mt and China producing nearly 38Mt. Brazil held the 4th and Germany the 5th position in the ranking by producing respectively 32.3Mt and 30.5Mt, respectively.

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