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Deltamune food safety

Deltamune is a biotechnology lab that does testing and analysis.

08 Mar 2013
food safety

Deltamune is a South African based biotechnology company which focuses on veterinary and public health solutions, mainly for the production animal sectors. Strong emphasis is placed on typical African animal diseases and infectious diseases which could spread from animals to humans.

The company operates from different premises, with its head office in Centurion and test laboratory services located in Centurion, Oudtshoorn and Pietermaritzburg.

The test laboratories’ scope of expertise extends beyond animal health to food safety and pharmaceutical product safety tests, water testing and environmental monitoring.

The Hygiene and Food Safety Laboratories can test a wide variety of samples such as meat and meat products, eggs and egg products and various other foods and food ingredients. Tests include: Identification of the origin of meat products – like Horse, Beef & Pork; testing for food pathogens such as Salmonella spp., E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Campylobacter spp. and Listeria spp.

Deltamune offers water analysis which ensures safe water for humans, animal production units, as well as food processing plants. We test environmental samples that are taken to ensure that hygiene specifications are met in factories and abattoirs once again ensuring safe food for consumption.

All tests are performed with state-of-the-art equipment which ensures accuracy while minimizing the risk of contamination.

For any queries regarding your food testing needs contact Dionne Rauff – 0126645730 or email –

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