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ISO Issues Revisions to Food Microbiology Standards and Guidelines

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Core Tip: Recently, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) issued a revised version of EN ISO 11133:2014, which is a mandatory standard adopted by the accredited laboratories for microbiological detection of food, animal feed and water quality.
Recently, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) issued a revised version of EN ISO 11133:2014, which is a mandatory standard adopted by the accredited laboratories for microbiological detection of food, animal feed and water quality. The methods published by ISO would be periodically reviewed by industry and government experts. This ensures the relevance of standard scope, key definitions and content. The relevant revisions are as follows:   

1. ISO 11133 revisions: Microbial Problems in Food, Animal Feed and Water Quality - Prefabrication, Production, Storage, Implementation of Culture Medium Detection

II. ISO 11133:2014 revisions 2. Next Audit Plan

III. ISO 16649 Overview of Audit and the Actual Situation: Microorganisms in the Food Chain--Level Counting Method of Glucanase Positive Escherichia coli

IV. Colony Count of ISO 16649-1:2018 Using Cell Membrane and 5-bromo-4-chloro-3-indolyl beta-D-glucuronide at 44°C




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