Environmental Testing

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July 19, 2018

Sanitation Analysis for Filth and Extraneous Matter

Great Plains Analytical Laboratory does perform this unique and specialized microscopic testing to detect filth and extraneous materials.  In the manufacturing and production of food, contamination from particulates such as insect fragments, rodent...

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March 8, 2018

Environmental Monitoring of Food Manufacturing

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requirement for environmental monitoring of microbiological risks is mentioned in CFR 21 section 117.165 “Current Good Manufacturing Practice, hazard analysis, and risk based preventative controls for human...

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December 28, 2017

Environmental Monitoring and Testing in the GPAL Microbiology Lab

Environmental monitoring is a basic tool for measuring the efficacy of the food safety management system.  Your environmental monitoring program helps pinpoint emerging failures in the sanitation program as well as generating data to perform trend...

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September 20, 2017

Environmental Testing and Monitoring – Great Plains Analytical

Environmental testing and pathogen monitoring of a food production facility are prerequisites to guarantee the safety of the final product. The general purpose of an environmental testing program is to monitor the effectiveness of the sanitation and hygiene...

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