April 2016 - In This Issue:

WELCOME. Let me introduce you to Daily Laboratories. 
Daily Laboratories, Division of Mobilab, Inc. is a private ISO-certified laboratory serving diverse industries including food, dairy, meat, produce, water, cosmetic, plastic and paper companies.  We can test products and environmental samples.

 The laboratory was established in 1960 as a raw milk testing laboratory. We are a woman-owned business and have expanded to provide microbiological services for other industries. We are also capable of testing for the presence of pesticides residue and allergens in environmental samples. 

"We partner with our clients to deliver customized solutions that resolve their issues."

Daily Laboratories 


Daily Laboratories Announces Renewal of ISO 17025:2005 Accreditation. 

Who said that?

1. Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity. 

2. People ask the difference between an leader and a boss. The leader leads and the boss drives. 

3. Luck is dividend of sweat. The more you sweat, the luckier you get. 

answers below.
Six Truths About Crime Scene DNA
You won't see these on TV

You've got a suspect in custody, run his DNA, found a match in CODIS, and you're ready to make an arrest for the crime. Now you just need a handsome detective in sunglasses to put the squeeze on the guy.

Yeah. Not so much.

Crime scene investigation, especially where it pertains to DNA, isn't quite like they say on TV. While DNA can be an invaluable tool in helping to support criminal investigators and confirm (or eliminate) suspects, the truth about what happens in a forensic crime lab doesn't always make for great television.  more here.
Allergens in Pet Food
Can your pet's food be causing a problem?

When it comes to food allergies, avoidance is key. However, while it may be easy to avoid foods you know you are allergic to, often times allergic reactions occur when we are unaware that a potential allergen exists.
For example, a new study is demonstrating this to be true in the case of children who have common allergies to foods such as wheat, eggs, soy, milk, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish, and also have pets. This is because some of those same allergens are also common ingredients in pet food.
Can I still eat that?
There's an app for that. 
Do you find yourself throwing away uneaten groceries you forgot were hanging out in the back of your refrigerator? Or wondering if you can still eat that bacon that you accidently left on your counter overnight?  Well, a new app from the USDA will now remind you when groceries are about to expire and will tell you if that questionable food is actually safe to eat.
The app also helps circumvent unhelpful food labeling including the "best by," "sell by" and "use by" dates. 

Lisa Strickland

It is our commitment to provide personalized service and customized testing to meet the   needs of our clients.