Symphony Agar for Yeast & Mold
Symphony agar allows the enumeration of yeasts and molds in all human and animal food products regardless of their water activity.
It can also be used for the control of environmental samples in production areas. In the case of water samples, they can be analyzed by membrane filtration using this media.
This method allows the enumeration after only 54 hours of incubation, compared to a minimum of 5 days for standard methods.
Available in formats of 20 plates and 200ml bottles ready to melt, and in 500g of dehydrated media container.
The choice of peptones, carbohydrates and growth promotors were specially selected in order to optimize the rapid growth of yeasts & molds.
Rose Bengal is assimilated by yeasts which facilitate their enumeration by coloring them pink.
The selective system, associated with the pH of the media, insures the inhibition of the majority of bacterial contaminants.
The media has been conceived in a way that reduces the propagation of Mucor thallus, which facilitates their count after only 54 hours of incubation. It is also well adapted to the enumeration of mold spores.