Lansing’s Neogen Corp. Creates Test to Detect Peanut Residue Contamination

Neogen Corp. in Lansing has received approval from the AOAC Research Institute for its Reveal 3-D for Peanut test, which is designed to help prevent peanut residues from contaminating foods not intended to contain peanuts.
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Reveal 3-D for Peanut test
Neogen has received approval for its Reveal 3-D for Peanut test, which detects peanut residues in foods not intended to contain peanuts. // Photo courtesy of Neogen Corp.

Neogen Corp. in Lansing has received approval from the AOAC Research Institute for its Reveal 3-D for Peanut test, which is designed to help prevent peanut residues from contaminating foods not intended to contain peanuts.

The AOAC’s Performance Tested Method Certification provides independent validation of the ability of the Reveal 3-D for Peanut test to accurately detect peanut residues in environmental samples. The test is used by food processors to ensure their production facilities are free of peanut residues before production begins.

“Each time we receive a validation from an influential third party on any of our tests, it provides further assurance to our many customers that our tests perform as expected. We expect no less, and neither should our customers,” says John Adent, president and CEO of Neogen. “Customers can now use this test with added confidence to verify that their facilities have been properly sanitized before they begin their production runs. Neogen has been the leader in providing rapid food allergen tests and expertise since we developed the first rapid test in 1998, and this validation further demonstrates our commitment to retain our leadership role.”

Neogen offers screening and quantitative food allergen test kits to detect 18 food allergens, including gluten, milk, peanuts, soy, tree nuts, eggs, and coconut. Its products can detect allergens in ingredients, liquids, clean-in-place rinses, finished foods, and on environmental surfaces, all in 10 minutes or less.

The company develops products dedicated to food and animal safety. Its food safety division creates kits to detect foodborne bacteria, natural toxins, food allergens, drug residues, plant diseases, and sanitation concerns. It also offers biosecurity products, animal genomics testing, and animal health care products.

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