How to choose the most appropriate microbiology testing specification and criteria for my products webinar

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webinar MICRO 1

8th September 2020

Speaker: Andy Muirhead

Duration: 60 Minutes

Cost: £30+VAT

When we start working with a new client, one of the first questions they often ask is what is the most appropriate microbiological specification I need to request for my product?

The term “specification” is normally regarded as the list of tests which are considered to be appropriate for a particular food type. The applied criteria are the acceptable levels for the organism listed in the specification.

Deciding on what tests are appropriate and what levels of organisms are acceptable can be quite difficult and problematic and can only be achieved by applying a full microbiological risk assessment to each product. This enables the microbiological risks to be identified so that the relevant tests can be applied.

The application of the incorrect microbiological specification can be a big drain on testing budgets as money is not only spent on irrelevant testing but often time and effort can be wasted on investigating “out of specification” results which may have no impact on product quality or food safety.

This webinar will run through the basic principles behind applying the correct specification to ensure that all of the regulatory, legal and due diligence aspects of microbiological testing are duly covered.

You can book your place via the PayPal button below. Alternatively if you are an existing ALS Client and would like to participate and require an invoice, please email: [email protected]

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