Niacet Poster presented during IAFP-meeting (Portland, Oregon) – August 6, 2015
In 2014 Niacet conducted a study at the Food Research Institute (FRI)* to further investigate the efficacy of Provian K against Listeria monocytogenes at very low dosages compared against a control and competitor products.
The results of this study showed that at dosages as low as 0,25% Provian K gives full protection against Listeria monocytogenes for 90 days (at 4°C) which is 10x lower than the traditional lactate-based preservatives.
During the recently held IAFP**-meeting in Portland, Oregon, USA a poster with the results of the FRI-study was presented by one of the researchers. There was a lot of interest and many people requested a copy of the poster.
Please have a look at the poster here.
* The Food Research Institute (FRI) is the portal to food safety at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and is a leader in identifying and resolving food safety issues to meet community, government, and industry needs. Niacet’s relationship with FRI/Dr. Kathleen Glass (associate director FRI) goes back many years.
**The IAFP (International Association of Food Protection) is a world-wide forum for food safety professionals to exchange information on food safety in all aspects of the food-production. Niacet is a member of this association.