Top Ten Food Solution Provider

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LexaGene has been voted among the “10 Most Promising Food and Beverages Solution Providers 2018” by CIOReview based on the company’s pathogen detection system, the LX2™ Genetic Analyzer.

Here’s an excerpt from a feature article in CIOReview entitled: Pushing the Boundaries of Rapid Pathogen Detection:

“For years, the food safety industry has been reliant on antiquated testing methodologies around culturing and testing of samples. Typically, a food sample test takes 2 to 3 days. During this time, processing and packaging plants have to store the perishable food items, which usually results in the deterioration of its shelf life and value. All too often, products are shipped to consumers without sufficient testing, only to find out about a contamination after people start falling ill. Recalls can cost millions and cause irreparable brand damage…”

Read the Full Article at CIO Review
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