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Celsis Debuts Rapid Detection at International Dairy Show

September 8, 2010
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Celsis Rapid Detection, the global leader in rapid microbial testing systems, will introduce several advances in rapid microbial detection for the dairy industry at its Booth 432 during the 2010 International Dairy Show, Sept. 13-15 in Dallas, Texas.

“The Celsis iDairy Innovations that we will present at this show are the result of our focus on dairy manufacturers and our commitment to addressing their testing needs directly,” said Scott Scdoris, dairy industry expert and food and beverage market manager for Chicago-based Celsis Rapid Detection. “We’re excited about how our innovations will help dairy producers reduce their costs by working even faster, safer and smarter.”

In addition to launching new product innovations, Scdoris will speak as part of a panel discussion at the International Dairy Show. The panel, titled “Rapid Microbial-Detection Systems” is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 8 a.m. in Room C144 of the Dallas Conference Center. The discussion will focus on increased adoption of rapid microbial detection systems by dairy manufacturers across the country and how these systems help save significant amounts of time and money.

Increase Efficiency, Generate Working Capital, Reduce Costs
Dairy manufacturers around the world already enjoy significant savings of time and money with Celsis Rapid Detection, including an average five-year net present value of $500,000 or more, by shortening their product testing times from four to seven days to only 24-48 hours, allowing for reduced inventories and faster response to contamination. The new features and options help manufacturers and packagers operate more efficiently and improve regulatory compliance.

Celsis Innovate Systems are used to rapidly and effectively screen a growing variety of ultra-high temperature, aseptic and ESL dairy, food and beverage products, including syrups, soups and broths, brewed tea, sports and nutritional drinks, pudding, infant formula, condiments and sauces, nut milks and fruit and vegetable juices, helping companies save time and money while releasing safe products to market.

For more information, go to www.celsis.com/idairy or call 312/476-1282.

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