Chr. Hansen introduces Betastar 4D, its newest test kit for rapid detection of antibiotic residues in milk is aimed at farmers and dairies in Russia.
Neighboring countries exporting milk to Russia will also benefit from Betastar 4D, which carries the official Russian GOST approval (state standard).
As such, it is officially approved for use in testing for antibiotics according to the maximum levels allowed in milk and dairy products in Russia.
“We are proud to offer a product that promotes safe foods free of contaminants,” says Ole Madsen, marketing manager, Tests, Chr. Hansen.
“Betastar 4D will support our growth in Russia, Belarus and Eastern Europe but also in some Western European countries.”
“Antibiotic residues in milk are a global problem and Betastar 4D is launched on a global scale with a few exceptions. We know that countries as far as Latin America export milk powders to Russia, so here the new product will be relevant as well,” says Madsen.