Several sources of food contamination can be present during the production process. Water is one of the main potential sources of contamination due it's direct use in food products or washdown of process equipment. The purpose of this test is to analyse the water used in food production in order to detect the presence of microbiological contaminants.
- Assessing Water Quality Used For Food Production
- Restaurant Water Quality Checks
- Routine Audit Inspections
- Production Managers
- Quality Checks
- Private Individuals
As water is a source of microbiological contamination during the process of food production, this test is suitable for compliance check with relevant food safety authorities.
Test parameter Vol Required: 500ml
Given below tests are included in this product:Parameters
Total Bacteria Count (TBC...
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From this test, is it possible for the owner of an establishment, which markets food, to certify to their customers that the water used in the preparation is completely safe?
This test certifies the quality of the water consumed for microbiological parameters, which are extremely important in the food preparation sector. However, there are other tests that can be performed in conjunction (Advanced Quality Check, for example) in order to analyze more general parameters that also have the potential to interfere in water quality.
Can the customer send the sample in their own bottle, since they already have the water bottled?
This is not allowed and would change the result of the analysis. Our bottles are pre-prepared under ideal conditions for the storage and transportion of the sample so that it does not undergo any changes in its content.
How should the customer proceed with sample collection?
After the purchase of the test kit on our website, the customer will receive the complete kit with all the materials and instructions on how to proceed with the collection. In addition, direct contact with the laboratory will be made available in case of any doubt.
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