Microbac Laboratories, Inc is a full-service analytical testing network of laboratories with a record of expertise in food safety and food microbiology testing. Our team is committed to providing quality testing laboratory results through rapid turnaround time, outstanding technical support and personalized customer service. Our food laboratories are A2LA ISO 17025-accredited to ensure the highest quality of actionable results, and to keep your food production on schedule.
Our team has over 35 years of food chemistry experience across a wide range of food processes and food products. Our experience enables us to handle the routine analyses as well as the complex analyses that are often required due to the latest food labeling regulations. Our strict adherence to AOAC-approved test methods and our ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation for a long list of test parameters guarantees the accuracy of your laboratory data.
Microbac partners with clients to design, implement and support environmental monitoring programs (EMPs) to test the efficacy of cleaning and sanitation within production facilities. We work with food manufacturers on emerging applications using molecular methods to minimize brand risk and improve EMP corrective action plans based on pathogen detection and verification, and more.
Our partnership with Sample6’s CONTROL reporting software visually enhances your test results and makes for informed and timely decision-making. Your testing data, matched with a clear floor-plan view of where potential risk may live, helps you stay ahead of contamination concerns.
Our specialized food allergen team delivers dependable results on 35+ ISO-accredited tests for allergens. Get timely, accurate and reliable testing data to help protect consumer health, product integrity and brand reputation. Informative ELISA and DNA test results can be delivered in two days or less to reinforce timely decision making and confidence behind ingredient claims.
Cyclospora cayetanensis is the pathogenic species of Cyclospora, and a microscopicparasite responsible for cyclosporiasis. Humans can become infected by consuming food or water contaminated with the parasite. Symptoms include diarrhea, cramping, bloating, fever, nausea, and fatigue and can take 2 days to 2 weeks to develop and can last several weeks to a month if not longer.