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BAV Laboratory
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BAV Laboratory
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BAV Laboratory
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BAV Institut — partner for your quality control

The BAV INSTITUT is an accredited contract laboratory for food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies. As well as laboratory tests, our specialties are practical advice and trainingcourses in hygiene and quality inspections.

Our modern laboratory stands for speed, reliable results and flexibility, all made possible through the competence of our staff, our high level of specialisation and many years of experience. As one of the Tentamus laboratories, we are able to provide you with a wide range of microbiological and chemical tests.

Your samples and requests are processed by our staff on a daily basis. Your personal contact is readily available, providing a smooth partnership based on trust. Our objective is to provide fast and reliable solutions, from collecting samples to the interpretation of your results. We always aim for your utmost satisfaction!


News

updated on 19.11.2021

Rapid method for the detection of Listeria spp. and Listeria monocytogenes.

Listeria monocytogenes in food can be the cause of serious foodborne illness. In case of crisis cases, an analysis as fast as possible is required.

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updated on 18.11.2021

Analytical tests in the preparation of the safety report of cosmetics

Regulation (EC) 1223/2009 makes clear specifications as to which data are to be taken into account within the framework of the preparation of a safety report. An important part is data on the stability of a cosmetic product.

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updated on 01.06.2021

Salmonella in food products

These bacteria are mostly transmitted through raw animal foods, especially poultry meat, eggs and pork. However, spices as well as herbs, can also be contaminated with salmonella. Salmonella is rarely found in most other foods.

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updated on 10.05.2021

Tenta Speed L. mono - A new rapid testing method for Listeria spp. and Listeria monocytogenes in food with detection in six hours!

Listeria monocytogenes plays an important role as an infectious agent in many different ready-to-eat foods.e.g. meat and fish products, cheese and fresh-cut salads. For this reason food manufacturers often carry out tests for the release of batches. These tests take at least 24 hours, in many cases depending on the method, this can even require serval days.

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updated on 05.01.2021

Stabilitätstests für kosmetische Mittel

Der Art. 3 der EU-Kosmetikverordnung VO (EG) 1223/2009 fordert, dass kosmetische Mittel für den Verbraucher sicher sein müssen.

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updated on 07.12.2020

Rapid testing method for Listeria spp. and Listeria monocytogenes in food with detection in six hours (same day result)

Listeria monocytogenes plays an important role as an infectious agent in many different ready-to-eat foods.e.g. meat and fish products, cheese and fresh-cut salads. For this reason food manufacturers often carry out tests for the release of batches. These tests take at least 24 hours, in many cases depending on the method, this can even require serval days.

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updated on 25.11.2020

Microbiological Quality Management & risk management under optimal cost aspects with the help of MQM

Microbiological Quality Management: Safety first
Risk management under optimal cost aspects with the help of MQM

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updated on 09.11.2020

ICMSF opinion on SARS-CoV-2 in relation to food

The "International Commission on Microbiological Specifications for Food" (ICMSF) is concerned to summarize the scientific evidence and emphasize that there is no proven link between food and the transmission of the SARS CoV-2 virus.

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updated on 14.10.2020

Coronavirus survives on common surfaces up to 28 days

In a new study, researchers have found out that the SARS-CoV-2 is very robust on smooth surfaces. Even after 28 days (at 20°C), active viruses still were detectable on surfaces such as glass of cell phone screens and plastic banknotes.

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updated on 16.09.2020

Referenten-Entwurf zur Tierwohlkennzeichen-Verordnung (TierWKV)

Das Tierwohlkennzeichen soll zunächst für die Haltung, den Transport und die Schlachtung von Schweinen sowie für die Verarbeitung von und den Handel mit Schweinefleisch, Schweinefleischzubereitungen und Schweinefleischerzeugnissen eingeführt werden. Regelungen zu anderen Nutztierarten sind geplant und sollen folgen.

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