Rapid microbial methods for a financial boost

Personal care companies that use traditional quality control microbiological methods, also known as compendial or pour plate methods, spend more time testing their products than it takes to make them. It does not need to be that way, as Charles River Laboratories explains

Personal care companies that use traditional quality control microbiological methods, also known as compendial or pour plate methods, spend more time testing their products than it takes to make them. 

It does not need to be that way. The best managed companies have brought rapid testing technology into their microbiology labs to facilitate significant reductions in both production cycle times and work-in-process inventory

Additionally, when a possible microbial contamination is detected, the increased agility gained from a rapid approach allows for an expedited, cost-effective response. While rapid micro methods cost more per test than traditional microbiological methods, the broad and sustainable benefits of faster results with superior quality enable cost savings and avoidances across multiple departments and can revolutionize your production operation now and for the future. 

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