Is your pet food company, “recall ready”?

by | Mar 3, 2022 | Veterinary Diagnostics

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According to the FDA Enforcement Reports, there were sixteen different pet food recalls were issued impacting a total of 68,276,254 pounds of pet food in 2021.

LexaGene’s MiQLab™ System can be applied towards the application of detection of pet food potentially containing AMR microbes.

Read our recent blog post about pet food recalls here:

Or the FDA’s latest guidance at https://tinyurl.com/2p83v29u or pet food list of current recalls and withdrawals from FDA – Recalls & Withdrawals | FDA

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LexaGene develops fully automated, rapid molecular testing at the point-of-need for accurate pathogen detection in human clinical diagnostics, veterinary diagnostics, food safety, and other markets.

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LexaGene in conjunction with AAHA recently conducted a survey to assess the opinions of practicing veterinarians on Antimicrobial Resistance stewardship and the use of antibiotics in the treatment of companion animals.
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