SURRONOV®

With SurroNov®, challenge preventive controls for pathogens in industrial conditions

SurroNov®

SurroNov® is the first range of dried and ready-to-use surrogate bacteria. SurroNov® surrogates are non-pathogenic microorganisms that mimic the resistance of foodborne pathogens under different kinds of stress. They are used directly at the plant (pilot or industrial), to test the efficacy of microbial kill steps. SurroNov® surrogates offer the food industry a gold-standard method to validate the efficacy of a process.

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Food Processors

Challenge your pathogen control measures in real industrial conditions. Make sure your interventions deliver the required lethality. Optimize your parameters. Test new systems. SurroNov® provides gold-standard data about your process safety and that’s why it is already used by 8 out of the 10 largest food companies in the world.

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Equipment Manufacturers

Calibrate your equipment to deliver the required level of pathogen reduction. Optimize your control parameters. Improve Customer Experience during Equipment Selection, Set-Up and Maintenance.

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NOVOLYZE (FR)

50, rue de Dijon
21121 Daix
+33 983 694 213

NOVOLYZE INC. (USA)

995 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94103
+1 (209) 204 5070





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SURRONOV® NOW AVAILABLE TO VALIDATE CLEANING AND SANITATION PROGRAMS IN PRODUCE AND SURFACES

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RESULTS OF SURRONOV® COMPATIBILITY TESTS IN HIGH PRESSURE PROCESSING ARE NOW AVAILABLE

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JOB OFFER / SAAS AND TECHNOLOGY SALES DIRECTOR

Novolyze is looking for a SaaS and Technology Sales Director based in the US. Industrial companies, including food manufacturers, are now moving to connected solutions to …

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