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We recently started selling your HCG tests via our Australian partner and have been very impressed with the quality and consistency of the tests. They seem to be superior to our current manufacturer and we also know that you are far more reliable in terms of production times and communication.

—— One customer from Europe

We would like to explore the possibility of switching our HCG tests over to you. We have been reluctant in the past to move everything over to you as it makes us very reliant on you. However, we have always found you to be by far the most reliable of all our Chinese manufacturers and so we feel comfortable strengthening our partnership further

—— One customer from Europe

I like the products and service provided by AllTest. They really take our interest into consideration.

—— Mr John Smith England

My oldest daughter actually has Lyme disease. She spent almost 1 year in a wheelchair because of Lyme. She is doing very well now. I used 2 of the samples. 1 to test my Lyme diagnosed daughter and 1 to test my daughter who does not have Lyme. Your tests worked well. My daughter with Lyme tested positive and the one who does not tested negative.

—— Ms Sheila

Whenever I have the requests,AllTest always give me the satisfied reply at the first time.

—— Mrs Julie Tschetter Belgium

As the old customer of AllTest since 2009, we should thank the great work have been done by AllTest to support us gain more market share and profit

—— Mr Robin Seifert Germany

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Hidden Dangers in Your Plate
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Foodborne diseases are infections that occur as a result of consuming contaminated food or beverages. These diseases are often caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites, or toxins present in the contaminated food.

Foodborne diseases can lead to various symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and fever. In severe cases, they can even result in hospitalization or death. Common bacteria that cause foodborne illnesses include Salmonella, Escherichia coli (E. coli), and Campylobacter. Viruses such as norovirus and hepatitis A can also be transmitted through contaminated food.


To prevent foodborne diseases, it is crucial to practice good habit and food preparation techniques. This includes washing hands thoroughly before handling food, storing perishable items at appropriate temperatures, cooking food thoroughly, and avoiding cross-contamination between raw and cooked foods.

Pub Time : 2023-11-06 10:27:08 >> News list
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