Evaluating the test performance of N-Light L. monocytogenes in the field

NEMIS conducted an in-depth field study at a ready-to-eat sushi production site to assess the real performance of the N-Light™ Listeria monocytogenes test. While many competitors typically conduct performance tests in controlled laboratory settings, the objective was to take a more bold and honest approach by evaluating the test's performance directly in the field.

The decision to conduct the performance test in an actual food production environment reflects a commitment to real-world accuracy and reliability. By eschewing the controlled conditions of a laboratory, NEMIS sought to evaluate the test's reliability in a setting that mirrors the complex and dynamic nature of food processing facilities. This approach enables a more comprehensive assessment of the test's performance and its ability to deliver reliable results in a practical context.

In the following sections, we will delve into the details of the field study, examining the methodology employed, the results obtained, and the implications for food safety practices. This study showcases the commitment to innovation and rigorous evaluation, ultimately contributing to enhanced consumer protection and the continuous improvement of food safety standards.

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