CNIEL Complete Study on Milk Antibiotic Tests

CNIEL, the French National Interprofessional Centre de l’economie Laitiere, recently completed a study of various rapid antibiotic test kits for the screening of milk collection tankers in dairies.

The objectives of the study were:

  • Evaluate and compare the different performance tests available in the market that could be used in dairies in the application context of the interprofessional agreement.
  • Identify best practices of use of rapid tests for optimal implementation in dairies and improve understanding of the results obtained from these tests.
  • Collect the opinions of users of the practicality of implementing tests detection.

Read the CNIEL study here. Please contact Charm Sciences to learn more on how the Charm ROSA 5 minute beta lactam/tetracycline test performed in this study.

About Charm Sciences

Established in 1978 in Greater Boston, Charm Sciences helps protect consumers, manufacturers, and global brands from a variety of issues through the development of food safety, water quality, and environmental diagnostics tests and equipment. Selling directly and through its network of distributors, Charm’s products serve the dairy, feed and grain, food and beverage, water, healthcare, environmental, and industrial markets in more than 100 countries around the globe.