ioMérieux, a global leader in in-vitro diagnostics, will showcase its full suite of nutraceutical testing solutions at SupplySide West 2021. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet bioMérieux’s team of experts to demonstrate the next generation of testing solutions for individuals looking to simplify, streamline and increase efficiency in nutraceuticals testing.
With the US Nutraceutical Market projected to reach about $120 million by the end of 2027, the company is revolutionizing previous testing methods that outperform traditional USP culture methods. This approach is a paradigm shift from previous and widely accepted methodologies of testing for nutraceuticals. Through bioMérieux’s breakthrough technology and rapid testing, there are more excellent options in microbial quality testing for nutraceuticals.
The organization assists customers in achieving simple, rapid methods from complex testing procedures through its full suite of testing solutions such as Gene-UP NUTRAPLEX PRO, which recently attained the AOAC® Research Institute Performance Tested MethodsSM approval (PTM 082103). GENE-UP® NUTRAPLEX PRO™ is the first-ever method to be validated as a multiplex pathogen screen and PCR culture confirmation method for USP pathogens in nutraceuticals.
Other solutions include the automated enumeration TEMPO® system and immunoassay pathogen screening VIDAS® system, which can bring precision and speed in testing functional foods and beverages and dietary, herbal, and protein supplements and vitamins.
SupplySide West will be at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas from October 25th to 28th. bioMérieux will be at booth No.6634.
“We look forward to engaging with existing and new customers at SupplySide West and showcasing our innovative nutraceutical testing solutions,” said Ben Pascal, Chief Business Officer at Invisible Sentinel, a bioMérieux company. “There is an industry notion that rapid testing is not an acceptable equivalent to USP methods, and we’d like to show the industry how bioMérieux has revolutionized rapid testing methods, paving the way for the future testing of nutraceuticals.”