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    Microbial Detection

    Background of the project
    Food-borne diseases caused by food-borne pathogenic microorganisms are a core issue in food safety. Food-borne pathogenic microorganisms can be transmitted through contact with food surfaces, water, soil, air, excreta, food and other media, thus polluting any link of the food chain from farmland to table. Because of its wide variety, wide source, great harm, mass occurrence, outbreak, wide host range, rapid dissemination, strong social impact and difficult control, it is an important factor causing food safety hazards, which will endanger human health and even social stability, and cause huge economic losses. The history of food safety prevention and control proves that with the development of society and the improvement of laws and regulations, or after solving or basically solving the illegal addition of food additives, food safety problems caused by food-borne pathogenic microorganisms become more prominent.

    Due to its wide variety, wide distribution, strong metabolic capacity, rapid growth and reproduction, easy cultivation, easy mutation, and strong adaptability, microorganisms exist in various processes such as food processing and catering. If microbiological indicators fail to meet relevant standards, it will endanger human health, and microbiological testing is one of the important items in food safety testing.

    Advantage
    Pony Testing Group has a wealth of experience in the field of microbial testing. Its microbiology laboratory has a cleanliness level of up to 100. It can not only detect non-pathogenic bacteria, but also detect food-borne pathogenic bacteria in laboratories with secondary protection level. The company s approval by many companies in the field of microbiological testing.

    Testing standard
    GB 4789.40-2010 food safety standards  Food microbiology test Enterobacter sakazakii test
    GB 4789.13-2012 food safety standards  Food microbiology test Clostridium perfringens test
    GB 4789.38-2012 food safety standards  Food microbiology test Escherichia coli count
    GB 4789.3-2010 food safety standards  Food microbiology test Coliform count
    GB 4789.30-2010 food safety standards  Food microbiology test Listeria monocytogenes test
    GB 4789.39-2013 food safety standards  Food microbiology test Fecal coliform count
    GB 4789.7-2013 food safety standards  Food microbiology test  Vibrio parahaemolyticus test
    GB 4789.10-2010 food safety standards  Food microbiology test  Staphylococcus aureus test
    GB 4789.2-2010  food safety standards  Food microbiology test  Total number of colonies
    GB 4789.15-2010 food safety standards  Food microbiology test  Mold and yeast count
    GB 4789.35-2010  food safety standards  Food microbiology test Lactic acid bacteria test
    GB 4789.4-2010  food safety standards  Food microbiology test Salmonella test
    GB 4789.26-2013 food safety standards  Food microbiology test Commercial sterility test
    GB 4789.5-2012 food safety standards  Food microbiology test  Shigella test
    GB 4789.14-2014 food safety standards  Food microbiology test Bacillus cereus test
    GB 4789.11-2014  food safety standards  Food microbiology test β- hemolytic streptococcus test
    GB 4789.41-2016 food safety standards  Food microbiology test Enterobacteriaceae test
    Cosmetics Safety Technical Specification (2015 )
    Cosmetics Safety Technical Specification (2015 )
    Chinese Pharmacopoeia (2015 )

    Test items
    Enterobacter sakazakii
    Clostridium perfringens
    Escherichia coli
    Coliform
    Listeria monocytogenes
    Fecal coliform
    Vibrio parahaemolyticus
    Staphylococcus aureus
    Total number of colonies
    Mold and yeast
    Lactic acid bacteria
    Salmonella test
    Commercial sterility test
    Shigella
    Bacillus cereus
    Beta-type hemolytic streptococcus
    Enterobacteriaceae test
    Heat-resistant coliform
    Pseudomonas aeruginosa
    Microbial Limit