According to the Spanish Royal Decree law 10/2020, from the 29th of March the population´s mobility is restricted to essential activities preventing spread of COVID-19 further.
Analytical methods are needed for a correct management and control of potential allergen cross-contamination, as well as the reinforcement of the quality of the manufacturing and cleaning processes.
According to European regulation No 1169/2011, it is mandatory to report specific allergens present in a product.
Direct methods are recommended because they allow the detection of specific allergenic proteins, avoiding false positives, because they are able to distinguish accurately the presence of a particular allergen.
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.
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.
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.
Zeulab has collaborated with Oxfam Intermon after finishing the social campaign that took place during 2014. Zeulab has donated 1% of MicroCystest sales to Oxfam Intermon, collaborating with "A world without Water" campaign, helping Ethiopian families to have access to clean drinking water.
The use of antibiotics with therapeutical or prophylactical purposes is a common practice in livestock. These antimicrobials are often administered to food animals through medicated feedingstuffs.
Medicated feedingstuffs may be defined as mixtures of veterinary medicinal products and feed intended to be fed to animals because of their therapeutic or preventive features. Antimicrobial products that are part of medicated feedingstuffs must have been authorised for the animal species which the feed is administrated to and must also be included in Council Regulation 2377/90.