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3M™ Allergen Testing

3M™ Allergen Testing was designed to detect processed and unprocessed proteins in food allergens like eggs, soy, nuts, fish and wheat.
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3M™ Allergen Testing designed for your lab.

Simplify workflow and be confident in your allergen testing process. 3M™ Allergen Testing Products were designed with your needs in mind by a team of experts who use these tests every day. Based on extensive experience with immunoassay technology and testing thousands of unique food samples, they set out to design tests to detect both processed and unprocessed proteins with a simplified workflow. It took years of careful antibody selection and formulation development to create the simplicity and performance provided by these kits. Supported by 3M scientists and engineers, these test kits give you the reliability and efficiency you have come to expect from 3M.


Complex testing made simple.

  • 3M™ Allergen Protein Rapid Tests — Lateral Flow Devices for Specific Allergen Detection.

    Streamline your process and simplify your allergen testing with 3M™ Allergen Protein Rapid Tests — qualitative immunochromatographic assays for rapid in-plant monitoring of specific food allergens. Designed for accurate detection of processed and unprocessed allergen proteins, these fast, easy tests can be used for clean-in-place (CIP) final rinse water, environmental swab samples, raw ingredients and finished food products. We’ve taken the hassle out of allergen testing. You see the results.

  • 3M™ Allergen Protein Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) Tests.

    Get confirmed, quantifiable results with solid phase sandwich ELISA tests for monitoring specific food allergens across a wide variety of foods. Designed for accurate detection of processed and unprocessed target allergen proteins, this broad portfolio of ELISA assays is one of the most comprehensive available, and can be used for clean-in-place (CIP) final rinse water, environmental swab samples, food ingredients and processed food products. A universal extraction protocol streamlines testing for multiple analytes, saving you reagents and valuable time. It’s the simple way to master allergen testing.


Allergen and Sanitation Control Solutions.

  • Cleaning and sanitation work together to establish an effective food safety management program.

    Cleaning validation and verification along with other environmental monitoring and allergen management activities, strengthen implemented food safety programs and protect consumers.  ATP monitoring and allergen testing are relevant verification strategies at various stages in the food supply chain to determine whether risk management activities are being effective. The chart below can help you find the areas within your plant that may require routine allergen testing and ATP monitoring, as well as technologies that can help you to perform those tests.

Manufacturing Process for Control Management.

  • Manufacturing process for control management infographic step 1

    Raw Materials

    Material Reception
     

    • Verify supplier’s allergen control plan.
    • Audit suppliers periodically.

    Storage
     

    • Segregate materials.
    • Maintain packaging integrity.
    • Clearly identify raw materials
    • that are sources of allergens.
  • Manufacturing process for control management infographic step 2

    Product Processing

    Formulation
     

    • Verify that formulation corresponds to product to be manufactured.
    • If formulation changes, re-assess the risk of new or different levels of allergens.

    Process
     

    • Verify cleaning with ATP tests as part of your environmental monitoring program.
    • Validate cleaning process with specific allergen testing and re-validate cleaning process periodically.
    • Verify allergen cleaning after changeover.
  • Manufacturing process for control management infographic step 3

    Finished Product

    Packaging
     

    • Verify final product.
    • Verify packaging and label.
    • Remove unused labels or packaging material.

    Storage and Distribution
     

    • Verify cleaning with ATP tests on distribution equipment and transportation.
    • Audit/monitoring of distribution chain.

Establishing an Allergen Control Plan – Regulatory and Cleaning Considerations.


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Learn about 3M™ Allergen Testing with these step-by-step videos.

How-to Videos for 3M Allergen Protein Rapid Kits.

How-to Videos for 3M Allergen Protein ELISA Kits.


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