We are one of the best food microbiological testing labs in Melbourne based in Laverton. Our top priorities are to ensure that manufactured food is safe and free from microbiological contamination.
We provide our customers with cost- effective and high quality microbiological testing service with added value. We support our customers by providing them rapid service so that their products can be released in the market in the shortest possible time. We conduct the microbiological testing of food for product safety, plant hygiene, shelf life verification, environmental swabs and food contact surfaces.
The samples for microbiological testing are testing on the same day of receipt. Presumptive test results are communicate to client over phone or email for timely corrective actions. Further confirmed results are sent as certificate of analysis to client by email or post.
The laboratory has management system based on ISO/IEC 17025:2005 requirements and testing methods are approved for specific food categories. Our approval scope for microbiological testing is available on NATA’s website.
Food Safety Check Program – SFSS Certification Australia and Nav Labs (Aus) jointly introduced FOOD SAFETY CHECK PROGRAM to give retailers and consumers a confidence that food produced is safe to eat, quality and legal to sell. This program includes food testing and premise auditing. For more information check www.sfss.com.au and call Harjinder Singh on 0411717838 or email email@example.com.
How this Program works:
- Four samplings and analyses for the major food poisoning bacteria including Salmonella, coli, Listeria and Campylobacter, Staphylococcus or others depending upon the food
- Two food hygiene audits conducted by qualified auditor
- Written report with conformity and non-conformity comments
- Food Safety Check Program logo and certificate to display on premises
- Up-to-date information on food safety issues and recalls via email.
Our microbiological tests include:
- Coagulative positive
- Yeast and Mould
- Standard Plate Count
- Clostridium perfringens
- Lactic acid bacteria
- Bacillus cereus