New software assists in Listeria control
July 11, 2012
by Jeff Gelski
GORINCHEM, THE NETHERLANDS – Purac has launched a Listeria control model, which is software that serves as an on-line predictive modeling tool designed to control Listeria monocytogenes. The software includes a web interface, and it generates PDF reports at each calculation stage. The reports provide final growth predictions and recommendations on Listeria control options from Purac.
“Food safety is a key priority for manufacturers and can be a lengthy and costly process,” said Edwin Bontenbal, marketing director at Purac. “Purac’s new Listeria control model 2012 is the culmination of more than a decade of Listeria studies based on our extensive microbiological knowledge. It confirms our ongoing commitment to helping manufacturers in the meat and processed foods sectors attain the highest possible level of food safety in their products.”