Food testing at FoodFacts uses rapid and sophisticated testing to ensure that the results that are released are accurate and reliable. Our methods are designed to ensure that the turn-around time of all testing is competitive and enables the customer to make the required decisions in the shortest amount of time.
Our water testing methods use bacterial enzyme detection technology to detect the presence of microorganisms. Our laboratory caters for the testing of potable and non-potable water samples. Our most common samples are potable water, ground water, wastewater, surface water and Legionella testing in potable and non-potable water samples.
The swabs are used for the microbiological testing of any given surface. It may be in the form of surfaces that are worked on, the hands of people within the organisation or surfaces that may harbour harmful bacteria in production plants. This analysis can be used as an indication of whether cleaning schedules are follows as well as the effectiveness of the cleaning performed.
Airplates can be used as an indication of the airborne bacteria that may be present within a vicinity. Typical contaminants encountered are bacteria, yeasts and moulds. When the environmental conditions are monitored, the cleanliness of an environment can be determined. This will assist in ensuring that the environmental conditions of the organisation does not negatively affect the operations within that vicinity.