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Chloramphenicol: Are you at Risk from Chloramphenicol Contamination?

Published 08 October 2014 | By Intertek Food Services

Chloramphenicol (CAP) was one of the most common antibiotics approved for use in humans and food producing animals in the 1940s and 1950s. However, due to its adverse side effects on humans, it has been banned from use in food producing animals since the 1990s in the US and in Europe. How can you ensure your products aren’t at risk from Chloramphenicol contamination?

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Chloramphenicol: Are you at Risk from Chloramphenicol Contamination?